Gay Marriage 3

Whether to adress the comments I have received in the comments section or as another entry was difficult. Apparently blogging is like everything else in life, people hear what they want to hear and read what they want to read. The comments on part II indicate a lack of understanding of part I, thus, part III. I really wanted to get on to other things, but I don’t like my words misunderstood or worse, purposely misconstrued, so a final outing (pun intended) on the subject seems necessary since .
But where to start? I guess first is the claim that Society must be educated. This may be true. Society needs to be educated that almost all pedophiles are male and one third of all sex crimes are comitted against boys. 81% of sex crimes committed against children by Roman Catholic priests during the past 52 years were homosexual men preying on boys. A copiously documented article by a Ph. D. on the subject is here: along with a brochure by the same doctor:
To say that allowing this change is not going to lead to anything else is a head-in-the-sand approach. Establish gay marriage and polygamy will be next. As I said previously, it may not be in the near future, but it will come.
As to comparing the issue to the civil rights movement of the 60’s you will find that many black people find a comparison offensive. Colin Powell from his book , “My American Journey”: [In testimony before Congress on gays in the military], I said, “I think it would be prejudicial to good order and discipline to try to integrate gays and lesbians in the current military structure.” Congresswoman Pat Schroeder quoted a 1942 government report and claimed that the same arguments used then against racial integration in the military were being used against gays today. She had her logic wrong. I responded, “Skin color is a benign, nonbehavioral characteristic. Sexual orientation is perhaps the most profound of human behavioral characteristics. Comparison of the two is a convenient but invalid argument. The linking of gay rights and the civil rights movement got a mixed reaction in the African-American community. The Congressional Black Caucus favored removing the ban on homosexuals in the armed services. But other leaders were telling me that they resented having the civil rights crusade hijacked by the gay community for its ends.
So no, it isn’t about that.
Yes, this country was founded because of religious persecution, usually, as has been the case since John the Baptist was beheaded, because they preached against the sin and immorality of the time. The pilgrims preached against the established religious practices and immoral behavior of political leaders and were shipped out rather than burnt at the stake.
Besides, the “religious” arguments at the end of Part II were intended for Conservatives and Christian believers. Obviously non-believers will disregard this part, although most married people have said the Scripture I quoted in their vows.
The Good Book says, “Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.”

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