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My husband has sadly predicted for a long time that the homosexuals would get a case such as this before the Supreme Court and that they would win, with the Supreme Court citing the "full faith and credit" clause as the reason. I fear he is right. I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman. If the homosexuals win on this issue, I predict that things will go downhill rapidly.

I also think that if they win, the next thing that homosexuals will do is sue churches that refuse to marry them. Christian pastors may have to resort to marrying Christian couples at private homes so that the homosexuals cannot prove how many marriages are taking place or where they are taking place because they won't be performed publicly at the churches.



sherriemae, Rapture Ready 68 Comments [8/12/2010 6:55:45 AM]
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breakerslion

"I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman."

Please, please leave!

8/12/2010 7:18:12 AM

Doubting Thomas

I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman.

There's the door, don't let it hit you etc...

If the homosexuals win on this issue, I predict that things will go downhill rapidly.

You mean just like they did in Iowa? I hear that gay bars are popping up on every street corner now.

I also think that if they win, the next thing that homosexuals will do is sue churches that refuse to marry them.

And they would have no grounds whatsoever due to separation of church and state that so many Christians claim don't exist.

Christian pastors may have to resort to marrying Christian couples at private homes so that the homosexuals cannot prove how many marriages are taking place or where they are taking place because they won't be performed publicly at the churches.

LOL! Underground Christian marriages! And just why would they do that when marriages still have to be registered with the state? And again, separation of church and state would keep the government out of the churchs' business.

8/12/2010 7:19:07 AM

Orion

I hope they sue your vile megachurches for every ill-gotten dollar they've got.

8/12/2010 7:28:43 AM

Etiene

"I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman."

...and speaking for the UK: Please, please, don't come here!

8/12/2010 7:37:35 AM

John_in_Oz

I understood every word you said but I don't see a problem.

8/12/2010 7:41:11 AM

buff114

So you agree that DOMA violates the constitution then? And the fact that it does worries you that it will be struck down? So you also admit that you dont wish to follow the laws of this country?

8/12/2010 7:48:35 AM

Swede

Wow, that's a lot of predictions!

If you don't want to live in a country which recognizes that marriage is between two consenting adults, regardless of gender, then your options are dwindling fast. Saudi Arabia and Iran are still going strong with the "We have no homosexuals (because we kill the ones we find)". Why don't you move there? There's the added bonus of not being in charge of your own life any more, but being the property of your husband.

Sweden has had registered partnership for years and years. Last year we got gender-neutral marriage laws and the economy has gone up ever since. (Yes, it's a fallacy.)

Why would homosexuals sue churches that won't marry them? Even heterosexuals can't force a particular church to marry them.
Why would homosexuals want to know how many marriages take place and where they take place? Are homosexuals staking out churches, counting marriages, where you live?

8/12/2010 7:56:52 AM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

"I also think that if they win, the next thing that homosexuals will do is sue churches that refuse to marry them."

Oh, you don't need to worry about that. It's already been predicted -- by your fellow Rapturists on your very own site -- that our commie fascist gay moslem satanist atheist president and resident anti-christ will outlaw christianity and have all christian churches turned into mosques. It's going to happen right before the Rapture so ... any day now.

8/12/2010 8:05:20 AM

GodotIsWaiting4U

The full faith and credit clause isn't a reason to allow gay marriage (though there are plenty of those). It's the reason why other states have to recognize gay marriages performed in California.

8/12/2010 8:09:39 AM



lol christians are the biggest god damn tin-foil hat crowd there is. "Holy shit, gays can marry. We have to go underground! PERSECUTION!"

8/12/2010 8:39:09 AM

Big Jilm

Um, allowing gay marriage will not prevent you from marrying, dolt.

8/12/2010 8:39:16 AM

Dr. Razark

The full faith and credit clause has nothing to do with it. It's about basic civil rights and equality.

Oh, and no one is asking any church to perform a marriage that it doesn't agree with. There are plenty of people willing to perform those marriages.

As an ordained minister through the ULC, once it's legal, I'll marry any homosexuals that wish to get married. That way, they won't have to go to a church.

8/12/2010 8:46:46 AM

Mudak

Why would they sue a church that doesn't want to bless their marriage, when, off the top of my head, I can think of at least three churches that likely will bless them: UCC, Unitarian Univeralist, and Reform Judaism. Pick one!

Let those three religions -- arguably the most tolerant of all of the religions -- reap the financial spoils of blessing same sex unions. I think they already are, if I'm not mistaken.

8/12/2010 9:06:20 AM

Mrs. Antichrist

I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman.

Cool, go move to Iran.

8/12/2010 9:14:49 AM

Thinking Allowed

My husband has sadly predicted for a long time that the homosexuals would get a case such as this before the Supreme Court and that they would win, with the Supreme Court citing the "full faith and credit" clause as the reason. I fear he is right.

Then your husband needs to be stoned for divination as your holy book demand it. If I recall right, you also need to be stoned for believing in a diviner.

I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman.

How about to Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, or Washington, D.C.?

If the homosexuals win on this issue, I predict that things will go downhill rapidly.

Are you afraid your husband may leave you for another man?

I also think that if they win, the next thing that homosexuals will do is sue churches that refuse to marry them.

I also think the churches will win since they would be exercising their First Amendment rights for refusing to do so.

Christian pastors may have to resort to marrying Christian couples at private homes so that the homosexuals cannot prove how many marriages are taking place or where they are taking place because they won't be performed publicly at the churches.

Sorry sherriemae, you are failing here. There would have to be a marriage license in order to be recognized by the government. You also fail in the fact that pastors are not the only ones who can perform legal marriages in the U.S. Nor do marriages have to be performed in a church. So don't worry sweetie, your church is safe from teh gheys.

8/12/2010 9:24:41 AM

Headache

I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman

Oh for holy fucks sake, are you and your hussy this retarded?

Just because gays can marry doesn't mean a man and a woman can't get married you stupid douchebag!

Here is the effect of gay marriage on you and your husband:



8/12/2010 9:24:46 AM

werewolf

Well, the way things are trending all over the world, there aren't many countries your bigoted ass would be comfortable in.

How about the Vatican?

8/12/2010 9:50:15 AM

dionysus

My husband has sadly predicted for a long time that the homosexuals would get a case such as this before the Supreme Court and that they would win, with the Supreme Court citing the "full faith and credit" clause as the reason.

Oh noes! The Supreme Court is using legal precedent! What has the world come to?

I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman.

Your marriage is still recognized, you fucknut, and if you want to call your marriage "traditional" then nobody's going to stop you.

If the homosexuals win on this issue, I predict that things will go downhill rapidly.

Why, are the gays planning on building a slippery slope afterwards?

I also think that if they win, the next thing that homosexuals will do is sue churches that refuse to marry them

Separation of church and state, dimwit. You aren't forced to marry non-Christians why the hell would you be forced to marry gays?

Christian pastors may have to resort to marrying Christian couples at private homes so that the homosexuals cannot prove how many marriages are taking place or where they are taking place because they won't be performed publicly at the churches

Wow, you really love the 'poor persecuted Christian' angle don't you? Only, that's never going to happen and is entirely a figment of your paranoid imagination.

8/12/2010 9:53:46 AM

kirk cameron

I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman

Me, either!

Did I ever tell you about the banana?

8/12/2010 10:13:16 AM

Berny

We have had gay marriage in Canada for over five years now. None of the shit you are afraid of has happened.

I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman.

Don't let the door hit you on the ass on the way out. No one will miss you.

8/12/2010 10:33:06 AM

Mortok

Just stay the hell out of Australia, that's all I ask.

8/12/2010 10:59:32 AM

Doctor Whom

I honestly don't want to live in a country that doesn't recognize traditional marriage as between one man and one woman of the same race.

Same shit, different decade.

8/12/2010 10:59:35 AM

Philbert McAdamia

My husband has sadly predicted for a long time...

And I sadly predict, for a long time, um...trouble in the middle east.

...and more.

8/12/2010 11:04:17 AM

Allegory for Jesus

"Traditional marriage" is a nebulous phantom of a concept that is merely an excuse to deny gay people the right to marry under the assumption that "two people, one of each gender" is as clear cut as a more sociologically and biologically naive time would have us believe. And, of course, suggesting that the institution of marriage has remained consistently defined and unchanged throughout history, when that is in fact false.

The idea that actual problems will arise from extending these rights is so transparently baseless that to say that it is even "a nebulous phantom" is to imply too much justification for it.

And you are simply out of your gourd if you think that religious institutions could be forced to perform ceremonies. I assume that this is the problem of vehemently ignoring the existence of separation of church and state: you think that theocracy is your right, and that government persecution of religious institutions is as easy as 1-2-3. Rest your pretty little head: you are wrong. Abysmally wrong. Sleep tight.

8/12/2010 11:11:35 AM

aaa

Yet another slippery slope argument, part 25243.

8/12/2010 11:49:14 AM
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