• #28
    Don't you just love the hypocrisy of Liberals? They will fight to the bitter end to legalize Gay marriage and their so called support of equal rights but when it comes to our Gun rights or our right's to have school prayers in communities where the people support it, or our rights to have nativity scenes on public lands, they say screw you. They are such phony hypocrites. The only rights they care about are the rights to any issue that is at odds with the Christian faith. I wonder why that is? Wouldn't you think these so called tolerant Liberals would be for everyone's rights. Oh that's right, when it comes to our Religious right's they come up with the lies of separation of church & state to excuse their opposition to those rights. What hypocrite losers they are.
  • #35
    Commonsense51 well looks like you and I will be the only ones sitting inside the pearly gates sipping on holy water so far. Having an awesome conversation with Jesus Christ. I can not wait to leave this place behind. I sure wish other people would open their eyes and see where all of this is going. It's a crying shame that people think hell is going to be a big party.
  • #41
    I'm fine with school prayer, as long as every person in the class can say his or her particular prayer for their belief system. :)
  • #62
    @Fishbone345 No child would be forced to pray, you know that. They can sit quiet or pray. But no, Liberals censor what they fear.
  • #74
    @Fishbone345 I would rather like that. It would lead to conversation and less fear if those who believe differently.
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  • #23
    @earl you sure? I'm not a christian, but I don't remember the bible saying that you should hate people that are different than you.
  • #24
    "Dear Dr. Laura:

    Thank you for doing so much to educate people regarding God’s Law. I have learned a great deal from your show, and try to share that knowledge with as many people as I can. When someone tries to defend the homosexual lifestyle, for example, I simply remind them that Leviticus 18:22 clearly states it to be an abomination… end of debate.

    I do need some advice from you, however, regarding some other elements of God’s Laws and how to follow them.

    1. Leviticus 25:44 states that I may possess slaves, both male and female, provided they are purchased from neighbouring nations. A friend of mine claims that this applies to Mexicans, but not Canadians. Can you clarify? Why can’t I own Canadians?"

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  • #11
    When I think of the courage it took for those 1967 protestors to get out there on the street, it takes my breath away.
  • #73
    When I read about the intolerance of some religions towards gays I think it would good if the gay community started their own religion. They could make heterosexuality a sin. The hymns would be by Kylie Minogue, Shirley Bassey and Abba. Any suggestions for god? I thought of Freddie Mercury, lead singer of Queen but he never actually came out. How about a pope? It would be much more fun than the boring mainstream religions.
  • #77
    @UKviewpoint Seriously -- Freddie Mercury never came out? You learn something new every day.

    A friend I went to elementary school with became a minister with the Metropolitan Community Church which specifically ministers to the GLBTQ community but I never attended a service because her church was in Texas.(Talk about pioneering.) But the services may have been utterly fabulous. In fact, I'm sure they were. How not?:-)

    She and her wife run a bed-and-breakfast on the East Coast now, so I guess you can only pioneer for so long before a well-deserved break is needed.
  • #2
    The chalkboard is my favorite. Reminds me of the judge that awarded custody of a child to the grandmother over the lesbian mother's objections because he didn't want the child raised to be homosexual. Problem is, he awarded custody to the one person in the family who had already done so.
  • #4
    @DARSB - some Christians say it's cold some say it's hot, I say they need to get their story straight and pick one....I'll save you a seat by the ice maker.
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  • #68
    Despite my religious beliefs, I believe all people should have equal rights and freedoms under the law! My brother and I were both adopted. We are not blood related either. My brother was gay. I did not love him any less. God specifically said in the Bible "Judge not lest you be judged." And "Love your neighbor." That does not mean the people in the home next to yours, it means to love all people. I take those commandments by Him seriously. I do love all people no matter their beliefs, race or sexual orientation. I have shocked quite a few people with my stance as a Christian. A couple of years ago we were at our condo in Kissimee to take our little girl to Disney for her birthday. I was outside speaking with others that were there. This one guy was an atheist and ready for a heated debate with me when he found out I was a Christian. I asked him to hold on for a minute and let me tell him how I believed. You wouldn't believe the change in his countenance. He asked me if other Christians believed as I do. I told him my whole family and every Christian friend I have does. He just couldn't believe that he could disagree with my religion and I could actually love him as a person anyway. I heard him whispering that to himself a few times. He told me I had single handedly made him have to rethink his views on Christians. That we were not all the same. I told him that's was one of the most wonderful things anybody had ever said to me. We got along fabulously! That was somewhat off topic, but still fits.
    I am tri-racial, 1/2 black, 1/4 Hispanic and 1/4 white. I just look Hispanic. That puts me in a minority that is hated by some whites and some blacks. More blacks, that was very surprising to me. They want to be treated equal, but some think that because I am tri-racial, I am beneath them. There's something seriously wrong with this picture. Blacks and whites fought for the right to marry each other. Then when there ends up bi and tri racial people, we're not good enough? What did they think the result was going to be when people of different ethnic groups got married and then their bi-racial children got married an had kids? Well, the answer is me. Every citizen of our country deserves equal rights and freedoms. My white adoptive parents were fine with a tri-racial daughter and always loved and came to accept their gay son.
  • #43
    Ultra mini skirts on nice female legs can even be corduroy. Not that anyone would notice the fabric involved.
  • #7
    If love and tax incentives are the reasoning for bestowing "marriage" rights then we leave ourselves open to more and more interpretation.

    IMO: Why limit to the single "couple"...why not form "marriage" groups.

    One man and three women?

    Two women and eight men?

    A group of five women or four men?

    Perhaps polygamy isn't so bad?

    Maybe the Mormons had it right?
  • #18
    Marriage is a religious thing. We don't have a theocracy, therefore 'marraige' is nothing more than a civil union between 2 consenting adults.
  • #20
    @kirbstomp1 - But seriously....Why stop at two? What if you were in a group relationship that you wanted bonded? Why the arbitrary two? Who decided that two was the number?
  • #22
    @AntiPorcheria - hell I don't care what people do. It's their lives and their partners. If 20 people want to be recognized in a civil union, then have at it. As long as their benefits are the same as a couples.
  • #37
    "Perhaps polygamy isn't so bad?

    Maybe the Mormons had it right? "
    The problem isn't with multiple wives, its with the Elders taking underage girls as brides. Men in their 40's, 50's and 60's were marrying 13 year old and younger girls. That's pedophilia and that was the main issue with Polygamy.
    You want to have 4 wives? More power to you bro, enjoy that hell. But, when you do it living off the state and marrying little girls, it becomes an issue.(not addressing you in particular Anti)
  • #58
    @Fishbone345 - I didn't take it personally.

    I'm just dwelling on the concept of changes in status.

    My point is at what point does change stop?

    Pedophilia? That would be a modern term for an ancient lifestyle.

    At the turn of the century (when the Mormons came about) the age of consent was 10 years old. Delaware had the age of consent at 7 years old. DC had the age of consent at 12 years old.

    Of course the lifespan of the average man and woman was 35 - 45. I don't think we can go back and retroactively flip them crap for marrying girls of "marrying" age... that just leaves the polygamy problem.

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  • #69
    Since there is no such thing as a gay gene, these folks have made a choice. I don't really care but don't start whining about your rights. They made the choice to live this lifestyle and do not deserve special privileges for making this decision!
  • #96
    Boy are you misinformed.
    Sexual orientation IS genetic, no one is given a "choice."
    So far, the ones with the special privileges appear to be the heterosexuals.
  • #98
    @Keyjo you know this because?? Oh I know since every study done shows no genetic link there must be one, right?
  • #111
    Studies HAVE shown that there is a genetic link. They have not identified a single so called "Gay gene," but have shown to be NOT a choice.
  • #48
    Interesting and not at all biased and bigoted that this only pokes fun at the expense of those who are against gay marriage. Such open minded tolerant people. I am every so glad such people would never, EVAR! dare think of cramming their opinion down everyone's collective gullet as the only thing that could possibly be acceptable.

    Isnt it funny (shameful) that those who think they are so "tolerant" are the most intolerant and hate filled of all?
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  • #36
    Jews don't eat pork. It's a religious thing. Yet, I have never heard of any Jewish people trying to keep everyone else from eating their bacon. Nope. They worry about themselves not eating pork and don't worry about what everyone else is doing. They don't see it as appropriate to try to force their religious beliefs upon anyone else. It's not any of their concern.

    Learn something from them Christians.

    And you wonder why you get dragged through the mud and muck and why you get pounced upon at every opportunity. It's not because of your beliefs. It's because you are determined to try to force everyone else to live by them. Why is that such a hard @&$#ing concept for you Taliban lite folks to grasp?
  • #126
    homosexual is wrong and it has always been wrong and it will always continue to be wrong.

    That is my view and will continue to be my view..........Period
  • #125
    Not a believer in the gay attitude so don't force your views on me and for one minute think I will live by them. Have no problem in letting you live your life as you see fit, being a neighbor,or even saying good morning but it stops there. Don't give a damn what the SCOTUS say's.
  • #67
    Apparently "gays" didn't exist in america before 1965. It appears to be about a year or so after america discovered "blacks".
  • #89
    There were underground Gay bars at least during WWII. The code words were, "A friend of Dorothy." That of course referred to Judy Garland's Wizard of Oz character.
  • #90
    @Keyjo Thanks. I was being a bit facetious. Somewhere I have a correspondence from a mother (during WW2) writing to one son about another son (in the navy) and his "queer" friends.
  • #64
    Ask which sign but all are pro gay...nothing anti there.....its your either for it or they don't wanna here it....kinda like the obamas daughters n their vaction.....but hey you want see that on here will you.....
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