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Same-Sex Marriage & Bigotry

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David Ben-Ariel
12-09-2006
12:46 PM ET (US)
Gay marriage is an oxymoron unless you're talking about one heterosexual couple living happily ever after.


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David Ben-Ariel
12-09-2006
12:44 PM ET (US)
Same sex marriage? Didn't they try that before in Sodom and Gomorrah? Went down in flaming defeat. As for banning interracial folly, folks used to control themselves and didn't need the government to exercise common sense for them. My, how the times have changed...back to the future...Sodom and Gomorrah..anything goes, so everything will.

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Kelly.
07-19-2005
06:19 PM ET (US)
There are a lot of reasons being offered these days for conflicting gay marriage. Within our society, it is believed that only a man and a woman should be allowed to participate in the sacred ritual of marriage. These beliefs are instilled through the socialization of society and family. Our society illustrates marriage through the media. Our family illustrates marriage by first hand
experience. In a traditional family, we perceive a man and a woman as our parents. I believe that same sex marriage doesn't hurt society or anyone in particular.
The only thing that should matter in marriage is love. This of course is of no concern to those who fight gay marriage in that it doesn't meet with their "socially and decently approved and marked" version of love.
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Aaron LarsonPerson was signed in when posted
03-03-2004
05:30 PM ET (US)
The Rosa Parks reference was parody, replacing a Rosie O'Donnell reference in the original. Please follow the link to the original editorial, to get the context for the parody. (Besides, were the President endorsing a ban on interracial marriage, I think the comment would be valid.)
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Aakash
03-03-2004
03:15 PM ET (US)
It is disappointing that Rosa Parks would say something like this. I was thinking of her recently, and I think that I was thinking of the possibility that she might be conservative. I think that I may have read about her taking some somewhat-conservative positions in the past, but I see from this that she seems to be a liberal, at least on this issue.

I actually saved drafts of some blog entries on Feb. 29th; I still have to publish them. They will be regarding Black History Month, and will feature links to some black conservative organizations, leaders, and columnists. I already did a blog entry, a little ways down on my main page, featuring Dr. Alevda King - the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Alveda is a strong conservative.

I have to go now... I just discovered your blog; I don't have time to look around now. But keep up the good work here.

Aakash
http://uis.blogspot.com
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mythago
03-02-2004
10:56 PM ET (US)
Dammit, you beat me to it! (I was going to post an excerpt from the dissent California Supreme Court's equivalent of Loving v. Virginia. Yours was funnier, though.)
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Lynne Fremont
03-02-2004
08:06 PM ET (US)
This is one of those things where I just cant see why anyone would be against it. It is funny watching people justify their hatred though.

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