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As for Palin she has a right to her beliefs. Marriage is defined as a union between a man and a woman ordained by God. It is unconsitutional for the United States government to allow gay marriage. For if they do they will force church officals to unite what they believe is wrong. This is overstepping church and state. As for abortion. I feel every woman has a right to her body. So if she fears rape, or insest or just don't want to have a baby take the time go down to the clinic and put yourself on birth control.

Dreaming My Life, myspace 32 Comments [9/27/2008 2:16:23 AM]
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LabRat

Only the state is "marrying" gays. Churches don't have to unless they WANT to.

It wasn't that long ago that non church unions were not considered marriages by christians, now suddenly gays want unions and suddently state unions are sacred marriages? Gee, what a radical turnabout.

9/27/2008 2:20:59 AM

SurfinSeaOtter

Webster defines marriage as: (1): the state of being united to a person of the opposite sex as husband or wife in a consensual and contractual relationship recognized by law (2): the state of being united to a person of the same sex in a relationship like that of a traditional marriage

I go with Webster over Fundy, and god isn't even in the definition

9/27/2008 2:22:32 AM

Marsten

"So if she fears rape, or insest or just don't want to have a baby take the time go down to the clinic and put yourself on birth control."

Oh yeah, because THAT will prevent any harm in the first fucking place. Why, she need never fear being raped at all! Birth control, evidently, now also doubles as fucking 'rapist repellant' as well, right? Right? No, it doesn't? Yeah, so shut the fuck up then.

9/27/2008 2:25:33 AM

Mrs. Antichrist

Granting people their rights is unconstitutional now?

9/27/2008 2:28:54 AM

Fdragon

As for Palin she has a right to her beliefs.

<Yes, but she does not have the right to take ours away>

Marriage is defined as a union between a man and a woman ordained by God.

<or a man and several women>

It is unconsitutional for the United States government to allow gay marriage. For if they do they will force church officals to unite what they believe is wrong.

<no, it is unconstitutional to establish a faith based definition of marrage.>

This is overstepping church and state. As for abortion. I feel every woman has a right to her body. So if she fears rape, or insest or just don't want to have a baby take the time go down to the clinic and put yourself on birth control.

<...well, at least you belive in the pill...>

9/27/2008 2:32:39 AM

Mortok

Church officials don't have to marry anyone they don't want to, but that's okay cause marriage is not a religious thing, it's a LAW thing. Churches are only there to serve as venues for the ceremony, and with so many nicer places to get married in the world, I imagine they won't be in that business for long either.

9/27/2008 2:33:57 AM

C_V


'cause birth control NEVER fails, y'know.

9/27/2008 2:44:42 AM

MK

I wish I had an internet megaphone so I could reach each and every fundie all at once.

It makes no difference whether you get married by the state or in a church - in the end, you HAVE to obtain a state marriage license. The state does NOT recognize marriages performed in a church without licensure. Just because your minister talks to God and blesses your marriage, doesn't make it legal.

But, the state does NOT require churches to perform ANY kind of marriage, much less gay marriages. Performing marriage ceremonies is entirely within the purview of the church - the state doesn't give two rats' asses if your church won't marry ANY couple the church chooses not to recognize. That's because that couple can go to another church or to a secular government office and obtain the SAME MARRIAGE LICENSE that you get from your minister.

Recognition of gay marriage is a STATE, SECULAR ISSUE. The question is ONLY whether or not the government has a legitimate interest in denying gay couples the right to a marriage license and legal recognition of the union. The state DOES NOT CARE what your church does or what marriages your church performs.

9/27/2008 2:56:06 AM



Not everyone can take birth control. . .

9/27/2008 3:04:25 AM

Old Viking

As for Attila, he has a right to his beliefs.

9/27/2008 3:04:54 AM

Porky Pine

No one is going to force churches anything they don't want to do.

9/27/2008 3:59:11 AM

Reverend Jeremiah

The constitution doesnt work that way..and are you telling women to get on birth control so if you rape them they wont have to have an abortion?

9/27/2008 4:00:08 AM

Carrie

I may be wrong but I didn't think the Constitution had anything to do with whether or not it's okay for gay people to get married.

Also, being on birth control doesn't prevent rape or incest. It can prevent unwanted pregnancies as a result of those things, but the way you've phrased it makes no sense.

9/27/2008 4:19:08 AM

Illuminatalie

"Marriage is defined as a union between a man and a woman ordained by God."
When your biggest concern is word definitions (which obviously change over time) you have some screwed up priorities. Why can't you just obsess that Jerome Jackson will one day meet you and fall in love, or something?

9/27/2008 4:58:15 AM

anonymous_troy

Well if she can't uphold the law she probably shouldn't have anything to do with enforcing it.

9/27/2008 5:14:42 AM

Rambler

Irony, the fundi is endorsing Birth control which some claim is abortion also.

9/27/2008 5:38:39 AM

Jud

You're an asshole. No woman should be forced out of fear of rape (unfortunately, pretty much inherent to our patriarchal culture) to surrender control of her body.

A woman owns her body. Not some fucking criminal, the WOMAN. Just as a man owns his. It's not her responsibility or obligation to live her life on the assumption of physical harm by some violent asshole.

#@$@! What the fuck!

9/27/2008 5:54:12 AM

Person

They don't have to be church marriages, just state marriages, with all the benefits. Not everyone gets married in a church. The second part sort of made sense, except for that rape part, but I do agree people should use more contraception.

9/27/2008 7:04:59 AM

Detrs

First of all, why would we want to marry in your vile church?

Second, do you know why gay marriage bans are voted on? Because when the laws are examined, it's determined that the way they are worded, it's unconstitutional to deny us gay folks the right to marry.

Since that burns you straight people up, you pass bans.

Next time, try to get something right, fuckward.

9/27/2008 7:25:28 AM

aaa

Take you god and shut it.

9/27/2008 9:24:45 AM

Princess Rot

That's not the point, DML. Many hardline Christians like Palin want to ban birth control, too, so you are forced to breed. I suppose that wouldn't be okay with you, though. You don't want her to abort a rapist's filthy seed to assuage your self-righteousness, neither do you want the rapist to be caught out by DNA testing of a rape child. Asshole.

9/27/2008 12:16:43 PM

freako104

How will it force them to believe that unless your faith is weak?

9/27/2008 1:47:14 PM

Elphada

oh look! A Constitutional Scholar!

the problem with going to a clinic is the fact that many of you like to blow them up.

9/27/2008 1:59:20 PM

FMG

The church has no say on who gets married to who. If your church won't "bless" the marriage, I am pretty sure gay people will find another church.

Birth Control is not 100% and its not your decision to make.

9/27/2008 2:39:37 PM

Doctor Whom

It is unconsitutional for the United States government to allow Christian marriage. For if they do they will force mosque officals to unite what they believe is wrong.

9/27/2008 3:24:06 PM
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