posted on Oct, 4 2012 @ 12:13 PM
reply to post by thehoneycomb
Well in regards to the constitution. All are created equal as endowed by their creator.
Marriage is simply an institution that was designed by those principals to protect families.
No it wasn't. Marriage is a social construct that was designed by the church to encourage propagation of the species. The original definition of
marriage was for that purpose.
Those definitions have changed. The family unit is hardly traditional, nor linked to those original principals.
There will be no gay marriage custody battles in which both parties are the biological parents, because it is impossible.
I'm a gay married man, I have 4 children. 3 adopted, the first is my biological daughter. How is it that I am not her father?
You must have meant something different tham what is quote above, otherwise, well again I'm confused. If you think that there no gay people capable
of having children, you're wrong.
If you live in a state where both parents are stripped of their rights to their children in favor of the state and you live in a state where
gay marriage is legal. It is quite likely that the state will allow gay parents to adopt your children and there will be nothing that you can say or
do about it.
So what is your point? How is a loving home different from another? Why is it important to have straight parents? Is there any science to back up
claims that straight is better at raising children? I've been looking for decades, haven't found any.
Again, your argument is because fundementally you think that homosexuals should not be allowed to raise children, or get married.
That's the only argument you've made thus far. To re-iterate my original statement, that's poor logic.
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