Monday, May 12, 2014

The Myth of Marriage Equality

The Homosexual Agenda has seen unprecedented advancement under the current liberal Democratic administration.  This is not a good thing.

Every media outlet has been subverted by messages of "equality"; here in Oklahoma, specifically "marriage equality" because so-called "gay marriage" is illegal here and the Agenda wants to do something about it.

There is currently a media campaign by Freedom Oklahoma pushing for the normalization of gay marriage in Oklahoma.

First of all, there is no such thing as marriage equality or marriage freedom. Homosexuals are simply looking for special rights.

Homosexuals promote a myth that they are being denied the right to marry whom they choose that is supposedly granted to non-gay people. It is a myth because non-gay people do not have the "right" to choose who they want to marry. They are prohibited by laws, conventions, tradition, religion, and common sense from marrying under-aged persons, married people, dead people, multiple people, animals and inanimate objects. And yes, people of the same sex.

I have long maintained that to permit same-sex marriage is to create a slippery slope into total moral depravity. That was proven to be fact immediately after the US Supreme Court ruled on gay marriage. Both pedophilia and bestiality groups demanded marriage rights for themselves.

Second of all, yes, I understand it isn't quite the same, but what would public outcry be if some group wanted to normalize something else and started a media campaign to do it? Say, meth makers. Or prostitution. Or marijuana? Gay marriage is currently illegal in Oklahoma. Other than financial gain, why do media outlets advertise for something that is illegal?  Fear of being called a homophobe?

Third of all, why do people who do not want a traditional relationship want traditional marriage?  I don't get that one at all.

Now, before you start labeling me bigot or homophobe, just keep your intolerant comments to yourself. There is no hate in my heart, except for the hate of the sin of disobedience. I do not hate gay people.  I'm not trying to keep anyone from doing anything that is legal or permissible. Without apology I am opposing the advancement of something that is counter-intuitive and  detrimental to the moral well-being of my culture.

I maintain that homosexuals do not want equal rights; they want special rights.

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