More Homo-mischaracterizations

Saturday, June 12, 2004

Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 12:43 PM


Homosexuals still don't get it. In fact they so don't "get it" that they continue to resort to distorting the situation in order to make themselves feel "oppressed" and justify their own sense of self worth.

World Net Daily reports that a new movement is afoot targeting Virginia. Claiming that "Virginia is for Haters" Jay Porter and his companion David Smith of Seattle are calling for a boycott of the State and companies there in response to the Virginia legislature affirming marriage as a union between a man and a woman.

Porter called the legislation "really punitive" and said it could "happen just about anywhere in the U.S."

Punitive? Really? This legislation inflicts, involves, or is aimed at punishment? Yet another misuse of words in the English language in order to make themselves sound like victims.

What this legislation does is simply defines marriage. Homosexuals such as Mr. Porter don't like that. So they see it as "punishing" them. News flash: it doesn't punish you. Once again, marriage is a matter of one's religion, NOT anything else. You NOT being allowed to redefine marriage because you want to does not punish you. It doesn't infringe on your "pursuit of happiness".

This is similar to saying that because the government does give me what I want, they are being "punitive" towards me. If I want the government to give me a million dollars and they don't I can't claim that they have "punished" me. If I demand that the government recognizes my friend Bob as the supreme being and refuses to they have not "punished" me. If I demand that the government recognize me being married to my dog and they refuse, they have not "punished" me.

Punishment is not what this does. What it does, however, is cramp the style of homosexuals that rather than being happy are looking for any excuse to complain, bitch and moan and scream for oppression. What it does is show how far groups will go when they don't get their way.

I think I'll take a nice trip to Virginia. Sounds like a swell place.


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Actually, it's you who are mischaracterizing the law that was passed. It's bad enough when states choose to discriminate against gay people who love each other and should have the same legal rights as any other people who want to join their lives together, but this law goes even further by denying same-sex couples not only the right of marriage, but also the right to enter into any contracts (such as power of attorney) that are also granted by marriage. Many gay people go to great lengths, and expense, to create legal contracts that give them some of the safety nets that straight couples get, and in Virginia, even this is being taken away.
 
Dear Anonymous (since you are too ashamed of your post to sign your name I will have to refer to you as only that) you show your lack of knowledge with such comments. The Virgina law bans "arrangements between persons of the same sex purporting to bestow the privileges or obligations of marriage." The law does not however prevent homosexuals from entering "into any contracts" as you claim. By saying that you are claiming that the law prohibits homosexuals from signing a lease agreement to buy a car for example. Blatantly false.

You are challenged to show me where one has a "right of marriage" anywhere except in one's church if one's religion allows it. I note that you conveniently tap danced around that to try and make your post meaningful.

No, once again you are the one misreading the law because you want to redefine what marriage is and the only way to do that is to make a false claim.
 
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