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Thomas Overbeck

New storyline starting. And by the way, that's my view on the subject as well. (Though I wouldn't go so far as to call the opponents "neanderthals". While I understand their concerns, they still need to quit imposing their religion's rules on everyone when no one's getting harmed by whatever questionable activity is in play.)

Mon, Mar 04, 2013

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I respect your right to your opinion, but I also disagree with your position. Marriage is, and always has been a founded within religion. You can't separate the two, so I don't feel the gay marriage is anything but an affront to marriage within religion. I am willing to accept a 'civil union' to recognize a gay couple's willingness to commit to each other. The difference is a fine line, but does not demean my religion. I don't see how you can demand equality while one disrespects my religion.

Honestly, I'm tired of being blamed for the degradation of society based on the fact that I am white, straight, married, employed, religious, and believe in the Constitution as a document that cannot be overturned by a simple act of Congress.

Mon, Mar 04, 2013

Thomas O.

I should probably make a clarification: I don't hate religious people either (except those who want to kill and enslave in the name of their god). All I want is for same-sex couples to be able to get equal marriage rights to man-woman couples. If it means calling them "civil unions", I'm okay with that. I'm for getting the government out of the marriage business as well, if that's what it takes to end this firestorm.

Mon, Mar 04, 2013


I just have one problem with this, and no, it's not the gay marriage thing:

It's never stated in the Bible where, exactly, Eden *was*.

Tue, Mar 05, 2013


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