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The homosexual marriage movement is an attack on human rights in the name of human rights. It seeks to disenfranchise voters on the legal definition of marriage and to force unwilling citizens to provide discriminatory benefits and subsidies for a lifestyle choice most find to be disgusting and damaging.

Jim, TOPIX 56 Comments [11/17/2010 4:51:48 AM]
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Wow, when was the last time you were forced to marry a person of the same sex?.........

11/20/2010 9:05:05 AM



Topix is completely under the control of the Teabaggers.

What was ironic was that early in the gay marriage argument the site held a poll and every single state ended up listed as Pro-Gay marriage, but then the Freepers and the Birthers showed up and reversed everything.

11/20/2010 4:24:20 PM

Reverend Jeremiah

"The homosexual marriage movement is an attack on human rights in the name of human rights. "

This is what happens when we allow right wing extremists to set definition terms. You will start seeing mutually exclusive words treated as being the same. Needless to say I wonder if they really understand most of the words they use, or if they just repeat words like a parrot.

11/20/2010 4:29:01 PM

FMG

Its only discriminatory in the sense that it stops you from discriminating against them.

11/21/2010 4:09:30 AM

Blarghonius

You don't understand how courts work, do you? Also, if the decision is left to a public vote, then people get to vote on it, which is denying exactly 0 eligible voters from voting.

8/14/2011 7:53:29 PM

Ebon

The homosexual marriage movement is an attack on human rights in the name of human rights

That doesn't even make sense.

It seeks to disenfranchise voters on the legal definition of marriage

Newsflash: Human rights are not up for popular vote; the law is not a democracy.

force unwilling citizens to provide discriminatory benefits and subsidies

You'll have the same freedom to marry as you do now. How is that discriminatory?

for a lifestyle choice most find to be disgusting and damaging.

1) Not a choice. 2) Irrelevant.

9/5/2012 2:03:40 PM
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