whole argument against gays being allowed to wed is exactly the same
argument that was used for years to deny black men the rgiths to marry
white women and deny them other civil rights. Only a bigot would
even try to prevent gays from having their civlil rights.
Like so many others you are coming in and making a blanket statement
that I am wrong...well...because I am. If you are going to make
such a claim at least first you MUST put some effort into disproving my
line of reasoning that marriage is not a "right". If you wish to
do so please try again. Otherwise anything you have to say is
moot because it amounts to nothing other than trying to shout louder
than the other person, attempting to frustrate and then claiming
victory without victory.
To even compare the desire of homosexuals to marry with the plight and
suffering of blacks in this country during the times of slavery is an
insult to blacks and former slaves. It is an insult because the
whole concept of slavery violated one key tennet of our founding which
was "that all men are created equal".
A black man/woman is created black. To treat them differently
based upon their skin color is hideous. To prevent a black man
from marrying a white woman is also hideous because it denies them
their right of equal creation which is color blind. To try and
equate two women or two men wanting to marry to any two persons of any
color, one male and one female, wanting to marry completely ignores the
concept of what "marriage" is.
Homosexuals are not "created" that way. It is rather easy to
prove. If one is created gay then there could be no such thing a
bi-sexuals because this person is half gay and half straight. Now
I suppose that you could attempt to argue that bi-sexuality is also an
effect of creation however I would see that as an attempt to deflect
the issue by ignoring that if the person was indeed homosexual then
they would not want to be with someone of the opposite sex as
bi-sexuals clearly are. They choose to one time be homosexual and
another time choose to be heterosexual. There are also cases of
these girls currently in high school preforming lesbian acts as part of
a "fad" but that can't possibly be true if homosexuality is indeed an
effect of "creation" and not a choice.
But instead you come here without any evidence to the contrary and no
line of reasoning to make an arguement. Instead you resort to
hollow name calling which doesn't even phase me.
Jeffrey J. Jackson
The Land of the Free