posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 08:35 PM
Marriage is an institution of the Church, it always has been. I am against Gay Marriage because it involves people who want to shove this down the
throats of the Church and mock them in it. This need to have a "Marriage" is vindictive and based on anger.
I am Gay, I have been with my partner for 22 years, we do not want to get Married because for all intents and purposes we are already committed to
What would be correct and legal would be to allow us to register as Civil Union so the State and Feds recognize us as such. I am now nearing
50-years-old, as is my partner, we met when we were in our early 20's while serving in the Military. It is such an odd thought that if one of us
dies we will have to pay additional taxes on those items we absorb, such as cars, homes, and other investments. We will not have the luxury of
saying, well he is my Spouse, because the law does not recognize that. Doesn't this make sense?
Furthermore, as a Spouse one or the other of us should be entitled to any Social Security if that should be required. Why? Because that is what
Heterosexual couples employ and some of them do not have a Marriage and are only "Common Law", but that doesn't even pertain to same-sex couples.
Now don't get me wrong, personally I do not think Social Security will last any longer than any other Government Bureaucracy. I am an "end-times"
person and I am not betting on them! LOL
Wake up Homos, Girlfriends, Sisters, and Butch Muffies alike; wake up to the foolishness of a bunch of bitter Queens wanting to play Religious Police
because they are not acceptable in the eyes of the Church!