Thursday, April 23, 2009

Deep Thought

Why do homophobes always state their belief as the reason of their belief? "I oppose same-sex marriage because I believe marriage is between a man and a woman." Not only does that sound like some kind of weird universal declaration or oath, but it doesn't actually mean anything.


Anonymous said...

I oppose legalizing same sex marriage because it doesn't go far enough. If we are going to legalize behaviour because it's the human right of adults to do what they want, so be it. But if we are going to open that can of worms let's not stop when only you are satisfied, re-examine polygamy. The newly elected leader of South Africa, Zuma could not emigrate and live in this country under his current marriage status. So it's OK if you get yours, screw everyone else. Then re-examine the age of consent, etc.

Anonymous said...

So Ryan I guess your response is that I believe we should have gay marriage because that's what I believe.

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