"There is no such thing as marriage equality."

  • SDSUgrad

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    Oct 16, 2014 11:11 PM GMT

    The article is bad, the comments are even worse.
  • creature

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    Oct 17, 2014 1:10 AM GMT
    That's Glenn Beck's site. Not surprised.
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    Oct 17, 2014 9:37 AM GMT
    Gay Marriage is only a political necessity.

    Gay Marriage is the result of putting people in financial prisons (too much money for an undergraduate degree, can you even afford a professional degree, newly bachelor degreed YUPPIES sharing $2,500/a month apartments in Manhattan, upside down in mortgages, where does the money come for a 20% downpayment on a $200,000 home(?)--and now with Obamacare..., the list and evidence goes on).

    What happens when people are in prison, it's likely that they turn to their own sex. The powers that be made life so expensive, you have no generosity to socialize with the other, the opposite sex.

    This is probably why some people say gay marriage is a sign of a failed quality of social life.

    Imprison people, they'll go gay. Imprison them outside of brick and mortar prisons, they'll go gay marriage.

    Sure, outside of the financial prison induced male bonding, there is male bonding and same-sex couples who really enjoy each other's company for life. They care for each other 100%+. Holistically, a same sex bond is not the same as an other bond; and, when you throw in a breeded generation, they definitely are not equal.

    I prefer that breeder terminology not be used for homosexuality. Religiously, I hope churches will have ceremonies of togetherness for homosexuality, not using the breeder terminology of marriage. Civil union was a term that was fine with me. We know when civil unions began to fail: when firms like UPS New Jersey failed to recognize them and there was no enforcement. So, politically, the gay powers that be said, okay, then, we're OBLIGATED to go for the only word YOU DO UNDERSTAND: MARRIAGE. I get that.

    Now, what about bisexuals? I understand bisexuality like I understand Ancient Athens, Renaissance Italy, mother and a father, sister and a brother, aunts and uncles, cousin et cousine (male and female cousin). Not enough people come out bisexual. Only the people on the gay end of the breeder-to-homosexual scale.

    I put no spirit behind gay marriage because spiritually, I like the breeder Trinity of Father, Mother, and Child. Gay Marriage, biologically, does not give us this icon of the continuity of the human race. It's an anthropological watering down to call homosexual unions marriage. Men have no breast-feeding parent and child icon for the continuity of the human race as the Mother and Child to Pieta icons. It's NOT anthropologically EQUAL. It is only a political power play of necessity for dignity.
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    Oct 17, 2014 1:05 PM GMT
    its a new option and maybe only for the gays just coming out. Some of the older ones may not get it. Marriage is optional in life, always was.
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    Oct 17, 2014 1:29 PM GMT
    pellaz said
    Marriage is optional in life, always was.

    Not optional in the US State of Florida, and I would like it to be. We would have many more benefits of true matrimony guaranteed us, than my partner & I enjoy by having patched together a number of legal instruments that only begin to mimic the rights of a genuinely married couple. Even if we get married in another State that does allow gay marriage we lose most of those rights when we return to live in Florida.
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    Oct 17, 2014 3:07 PM GMT

    The guy has trouble with English. Marriage equality is specific in meaning, not what people spin it to be. It's about equal rights to marriage. D'oh. Nice try Glen - you fail.