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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    You are implying inherent rights which there are none, they are given by societies.
    Heterosexuals have no more of an Inherent right to marry than homosexuals do.

    Homosexuality and gay marriage are two different things.
    Heterosexuality and marriage are two different things too.

    As a citizen I have to agree with abortion because it is the law but that doesn't mean I can't vote to change it.
    Gay marriage is also the law and no, constitutional rights are not something you get to vote on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    No, I would not. It goes against my religious beliefs I would not go watch the sin and perversion of a covenant with God.
    Christain love and acceptance at its best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post
    Heterosexuals have no more of an Inherent right to marry than homosexuals do.



    Heterosexuality and marriage are two different things too.



    Gay marriage is also the law and no, constitutional rights are not something you get to vote on.
    Of course its the law now and I am not going out to be protesting it.

    More power to them.

    Doesn't mean I can't vote to try and change it.

    Hell, maybe I want to change heterosexual laws also, that's my right.

    My ex wife left me with basically nothing but the shirt on my back and my school books, I would like to change that shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    It goes against my beliefs also but as Christians we are supposed to lead by example showing love, forgiveness, and charity. We all sin and until the day God puts a halo on my head I have no right to judge anyone. For all I know, God put these two people together for a reason.

    I am only against gay marriage for political reasons and that's it. I would wish any gay couple the happiness any heterosexual couple has. I also expect them to suffer as much as we heterosexuals do in marriage lol.

    Still, I would be go and be happy for them. I will do my fighting in the voting booth but not on their wedding day.
    Not when it goes against the Bible. Jesus showed in Matthew 19 marriages is a man and a woman. Gay marriage perverts a a Holy covenant with God,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post
    Heterosexuals have no more of an Inherent right to marry than homosexuals do.



    Heterosexuality and marriage are two different things too.



    Gay marriage is also the law and no, constitutional rights are not something you get to vote on.
    They do if it is done in a church because of what the Bible says

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    Christain love and acceptance at its best.
    You mean standing on God's word and not condoning what is an abomination to God

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    It goes against my beliefs also but as Christians we are supposed to lead by example showing love, forgiveness, and charity. We all sin and until the day God puts a halo on my head I have no right to judge anyone. For all I know, God put these two people together for a reason.

    I am only against gay marriage for political reasons and that's it. I would wish any gay couple the happiness any heterosexual couple has. I also expect them to suffer as much as we heterosexuals do in marriage lol.

    Still, I would be go and be happy for them. I will do my fighting in the voting booth but not on their wedding day.
    What do you mean when you are against gay marriage for political reasons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    You mean standing on God's word and not condoning what is an abomination to God
    I bet you have even gone to weddings where women no longer say they promise to obey their husbands...going to a wedding of equals would be an abomination to God
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    Not when it goes against the Bible. Jesus showed in Matthew 19 marriages is a man and a woman. Gay marriage perverts a a Holy covenant with God,
    That is in its self why I find religion so destructive. This is a book that goes back thousands of years and is outdated. Would you go to a Doctor Who uses a medical book that is 100 years old? You pick and choose from the Bible what pleases you and you condemn the acts in the Bible that you don't like .do you get angry at people who shop on the Sabbath? Do you get angry at women who are not subservient to their husbands? Do we stone them.why not? The Bible supports stoning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Of course its the law now and I am not going out to be protesting it.

    More power to them.

    Doesn't mean I can't vote to try and change it.

    Hell, maybe I want to change heterosexual laws also, that's my right.

    My ex wife left me with basically nothing but the shirt on my back and my school books, I would like to change that shit.
    Which ex wife?

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