Grumpy Cat Weighs In On Homosexual Marriage


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  1. Doug 11 July, 2013 at 13:44 Reply

    I don’t really care if gays get married. None of my business. My problem is that this government and media are making such a big deal out of it. As though they are more special than straight people. When a gay is beat up, it makes all the news but when gays beat up a pastor, hardly anything is said. The double standard is ridiculous. Let them get married and let churches that don’t wish to go against their religion keep their right not to marry same sex couples. I notice no one is railing against Muslim mosques about marrying gays…………..I wonder why that is?

    • StacyOnTheRight 11 July, 2013 at 13:55 Reply

      Your feelings are indicative of most conservatives. There is no such thing as same sex marriage, but who really cares what gays do?

      It’s them forcing the rest of us to deal with their choices that i oppose. The idea that we have no choice, we must accept and promote their sins… That’s the galling part of it all.

  2. Stephanie Snyder Staker 12 July, 2013 at 01:39 Reply

    I agree, Stacy. I am SICK of having bedroom business being the topic of all things related to discrimination. Just read an article about an American evangelist being arrested in England for preaching on the streets about sexual immorality. Not homosexuality only but all sexual immorality. He was called a hater; he was accused of being homophobic, etc. He very politely replied that he did not hate folks who commit sexual sin (regardless of sin or with whom) nor was he afraid of them. See that is what is so ridiculous about the conversation! Try to be rational and you are called a hater or “afraid”. Further, you are right there is no such thing as a same sex marriage.

  3. Mel Quillen 16 July, 2013 at 10:55 Reply

    Homosexuals have the same right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness guaranteed under the United States constitution. Unless we repent of our sins and are clothed by Christ we shall face judgement and atone by our death for our sin. Homosexuality is sin.

  4. LL 24 July, 2013 at 10:02 Reply

    Some argue that our legal system should not be tied to morality – but then is murder not morally unjust? Stealing, infidelity? Laws has also been made that were morally wrong such as Nuremburg, Jim Crow, Segregation) Fairness does not make “equal” sameness… Palimony, concubinage, can all be “committed” emotional and sexual relationships between two heterosexual couples but they are not morally or legally the same. A Parent/Child relationship and a incestuous parent/child relationship are not the same morally and legally. In Canada, psychiatrists have been pushing that we recognize pedophiles as a sexual orientation that need special protection.. That they are born that way, can’t help it.. Is that Moral? Bestiality laws are also being changed recently – Massachusetts is pushing for it.. Is that Moral?

  5. Endoxa52 1 August, 2013 at 09:53 Reply

    I believe the Defense of Marriage Act, defining marriage as between one man and one woman, was the right way to go about this…although I am not in favor of the State defining an institution that predates the State. But since the Supreme Court rejected the law as unConstitutional, we are stuck with each state determining its own course of action. I believe “gay marriage” – an oxymoron – will eventually be accepted across the land because religion has become a dirty word in today’s society; and since marriage has traditionally been a religiously sanctioned institution, it is no small wonder that society wants to distance itself from the true definition of marriage and mold it to fit its present belief system. In time, the definition may expand even further. Speaking of dirty words, you may want to throw tradition in there too. Today it’s all about change.

    My 2¢

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