It's ridiculous to claim that homosexuality is normal. Obviously, if it was, none of us would be here. It is an anomaly in nature. Law-abiding homosexuals should, and do, have the same civil rights as the rest of us, including the right to get married. Millions of homosexuals have gotten married in America, and have even had kids the old-fashioned way.
To claim that homosexuals should be able to force the rest of us to accept their particular sexual perversion, by extending them a special right to a marriage between two people of the same sex, requires the drawing of a line. If you grant homosexuals that special right, are you discriminating against pedophiles if you don't allow them to marry children? Are you discriminating against the many Southern rednecks who might like to marry their favorite heifer? How about the father who'd rather be married to his daughter than to her mother? Or the Mormon who wants ten wives? How would we be allowed to discriminate against these?
These marriages requires society to draw a line. Most of us want to draw the marriage line at one man, one woman.
Hot Springs, SD
Jun 13 2007 - 12:12pm