Saturday, August 04, 2012

Gino lays it out

Let's begin at the end, with Gino's conclusion:

What passes for marriage anymore is a far cry from the institution my grandparents took part in. There really is nothing Holy about government sanctioned matrimony anymore, so lets stop pretending there is.

Same Sex Marriage will always be a contradiction. That said, government by nature is corrupt and run by whores... renaming something to it's liking doesn't make it so anymore more than calling a cat a dog will.

My guess is that Same Sex Marriage will be the law of the land a lot sooner than anybody thinks. I don't mind.
How he gets there is what makes clicking the link well worth your time. Read the whole thing, but consider these insights:

I'm willing to bet that it would difficult to find anybody among the Chick-Fil-A-tionists of the past week who would be OK with the public hanging of Gays.

Yet, at the same time, it's easy to see why a segment of the population would be just a tad peeved with some of the bully tactics employed by the Gay Marriage supporters...

This peevedness goes beyond a few big city mayors, and extends to the past several years of antics the Gay side has been guilty of.

From Judges redefining the English language in California, despite the will of the voters to decide the meanings of the words they use...

To death threats delivered to openly anti-Gay Marriage churches.

Yes, death threats... from the liberal progressive tolerance crowd who oppose hate.

People flocked to Chick-Fil-A as a way of saying 'We are tired of your shit already!', not because [of] hatred.

Not everybody who opposes Gay marriage is acting out of hate, just like not all Gay marriage supporters endorse acts of terrorism. I think sensible folks can at least agree this much.

You'd like to think so.

1 comment:

Gino said...

thanks Mr D.
this was 4 days in the writing (because i suck at writing) and that was rushing it...

still, the writing sucks. i could do better, but that would take another four days...

it was time to click 'publish' before relevance wore out.