Friday, August 31, 2007

Sanctity of Marriage ... For Who?

I just don't get why the sanctity of marriage isn't extended to everyone.

Why should gays be exempt from having the same rights to make a legal commitment to someone they love?

How does that threaten heterosexual marriage?


Will our lawmakers outlaw the quickie Vegas marriage because it somehow doesn't fit their idea of the sanctity of marriage?

What happened to less government interference in our private lives?

Government needs to get back to doing what it was intended to do: provide for the basic safety (IE, fix those damn bridges and levees -- consider making health care available for a reasonable cost -- fix our dilapidated school buildings) and stop telling people who they can love!



Anonymous moi said...

D'accord as those in la belle france say every day. I agree deario, on all notes. I have one exception or perhaps they are multiple exceptions by now. Poop on a roof, roast on a toast, chips on a chingle. Those Reprobark-republicans-who-continue-to-come-out-of-those-closets. Sic. I have absolutely no judgement about sexual preferences. However, when these "fambly-values" people are busted and drag their wives and children into it.tripledotz......................................................I have no patience and notolerenzios.
What is going on here in the sew-called-greatest-country-on-the-globe. Tripe and shiite. Sorry to be so lewd on your blob deario, but your subject struck a chord with moi.

9/7/07, 11:30 PM  
Blogger Ronni said...

But, banning gay marriage is so much easier than fixing the things that are actually wrong!

9/11/07, 9:48 PM  
Blogger Deege said...

Some states are taking baby steps forward. New Hampshire will recognize Civil Unions in January. Of course, this doesn't give equality because there are still some 1,100 Federal beneftis that are not allowed same-sex couples.

At least in states that recognize Civil Union or equivelent will allow a person to be with their partner if they are in ICU somewhere. I suppose that is a good thing.

This administration has the distinct pride in managing to remove citizen rights. Isn't that wonderful?

9/13/07, 12:12 PM  
Anonymous moi said...


I do like your ticker factory. Perhaps you should invite Ronni on one of those girly get-a-a-ways.

Just a thought. xxoomoire

11/17/07, 11:16 PM  

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