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church and state my ass

seeing as how the country was founded by christians, and marriage is about as christian as you can get.

You wanna play the two men or two women getting married is the same as getting married to a fetish. You can't change the fact its the same as being married to a taco.

Marriage is just as much religious as it is a legal contract.

The fact is this: gay "couples" aren't legally or naturally as God created us, legitimate.

Be happy with the fact I put up with your un-natural behavior, I love all people. But I ain't gotta like it. Or treat you special.

CoiledViper, gamefaqs 80 Comments [9/11/2012 11:15:41 AM]
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Jordab the Folf

"two men or two women getting married is the same as getting married to a fetish. You can't change the fact its the same as being married to a taco." Yes, other consenting, human beings are the same thing as food or something that's totally just of the mind.

9/11/2012 11:17:28 AM

Osiris

New flash: Every culture on the face of the planet has had marriages. For thousands of years millions of same-sex marriages were preformed across the North American continent by 130 different nations. They were called Two-Spirit People and they were considered sacred.

9/11/2012 11:31:40 AM

Nagol

So much fail in one post. I don't think you could be more wrong if you were trying.

seeing as how the country was founded by christians, and marriage is about as christian as you can get.

This isn't even a complete sentence. The USA wasn't founded by Christians either. Most of the founding fathers were deists, the first amendment to the constitution states that no laws should be passed favoring any religion, and the Treaty of Tripoli states that the USA is not a Christian nation. Also, marriage was around long before your religion.

You wanna play the two men or two women getting married is the same as getting married to a fetish. You can't change the fact its the same as being married to a taco.

If you can't see the difference between marrying a consenting human being and marrying food then you are either hopelessly stupid or a troll. I'm hoping you're the last one.

Marriage is just as much religious as it is a legal contract.

What gay people are asking for is the legal aspect of marriage and all of the protections and benefits that come with it. They're not going to force churches to marry them, but there are several churches that would. Not every Christian is a homophobic bigot.

The fact is this: gay "couples" aren't legally or naturally as God created us, legitimate.

Can you prove that this god exists without using religious texts? No, you can't, so stop trying to force your prejudices based off of 2,000 years-old myths onto everyone else. Also, gay couples are natural. There are several species of animals that have formed same-sex couples. Arguing that something isn't natural also really isn't a good argument to start with. If you're so concerned with what is natural throw away the computer you used to type this garbage and go live in a cave.

Be happy with the fact I put up with your un-natural behavior, I love all people. But I ain't gotta like it. Or treat you special.

No, I won't be happy that you "put-up" with it and neither will any other gay person. You have no right to try and force your beliefs on anyone else. Also, as for your claim to love all people, that's bullshit. If you actually loved gay people you would want them to have equal, not special, rights, and you wouldn't use your religion as an excuse to make others miserable. So fuck you, you disingenuous bigot.

9/11/2012 11:35:25 AM

JohnTheAtheist

The country was founded by men of enlightenment, many of whom happened to be christian.

And marriage has always been first and foremost an economic relationship. In the Western World it is the state that gives the authority to marry, not your stupid church.

9/11/2012 11:41:33 AM

John

The fact is this: gay "couples" aren't legally or naturally as God created us, legitimate.

According to the Pope, neither are you if you're not Roman Catholic. If your church wants to make up its own rules, by all means, do so. It doesn't have to marry same-sex couples. But that has no effect on civil law.

9/11/2012 11:44:09 AM

checkmate

Be happy with the fact I put up with your un-natural behavior

Oh gee, thanks.

My personal religion demands an IQ of at least 100 to have a right to live. Your IQ appears to be much lower than that.

Be happy with the fact I put up with your un-natural stupidity and let you live. I my God's eyes you are not naturally legitimate. Be happy you exist and don't ask for any extras. Thise are reserved for the legitimate smart people.

9/11/2012 11:46:56 AM



"But I ain't gotta like it. Or treat you special."

No, just fuck off and leave other people alone.

9/11/2012 11:48:05 AM

Mad_Jester

"Be happy with the fact I put up with your un-natural behavior,"

Yes, because gays TOTALLY need some dickless Internet Tough Guy's permission to live.

"I love all people."

Oh, it shows. It comes through clearly in your bullshit reasoning for condemning perfect strangers for the heinous act of not affecting you in the slightest.

"But I ain't gotta like it. Or treat you special."

Okay, couple things:
1) That you 'ain't gotta like it' is just about the only thing you've said that rings true. You do, however, 'gotta' leave them the Hell alone.
2)Judging from your massacre of the English language, there's something 'special' about this post, and I suspect it's you.

9/11/2012 11:59:16 AM

Mister Spak

" marriage is about as christian as you can get. "

Because jews, muslims, hindus and africans with bones in their noses never get married.

9/11/2012 12:02:17 PM

Mad_Jester

Come to think of it, something about this- the way this guy types like a grizzled 1840s prospector talks- smacks of Poe to me. Here's hoping, anyway.

9/11/2012 12:05:36 PM

Zim!

1. Marry taco
2. Buy life insurance on taco
3. Eat taco
4. Profit!

9/11/2012 12:18:21 PM

Swede

The whole point is that they DON'T want to be treated special [sic]. They want to be treated just like heterosexuals; to be able to marry the consenting adult love of their lives.

Your country (if it is the US of A) was founded by Christian, Deists and atheists. Nobody now remember who founded my country, but they were vikings and believed in the Aesir gods and goddesses. People got married then too. Chinese people get married, Jewish people get married, Hindu people get married, Inuit people probably get married too, atheists get married.

Marriage is a legal contract between two consenting adults, to care for and support each other. The genders involved doesn't really matter.

We have to put up with your "un-natural" behavior of hating people for something they are born with. How can you love someone without wanting the best for that person? I love people because of who they are, not despite who they are.

9/11/2012 12:29:39 PM

Leighton Buzzard

Hey, fuckwit. I'm married. Have been for 32 years. I'm not Christian and neither is my wife, or any of our families, nor, as far as I know have any of our ancestors ever been. My parents are still married after 58 years. You think marriage is a Christian thing? Fuck you.

9/11/2012 12:35:53 PM

Indicible

"marriage is about as christian as you can get. "

It is also muslim, jew, hinduist, and so on and so forth, not even counting secular marriages. There are more sorts of non-Christian marriage than there are of Christian marriages. Get over it.

"Be happy with the fact I put up with your un-natural behavior"

Do you eat your meat raw? I don't think so. This is unnatural behaviour. I demand you eat your meat raw.

9/11/2012 12:39:23 PM

breakerslion

"... marriage is about as christian as you can get."

No, crucifixion is as Christian as you can get. Have at it.

9/11/2012 12:50:13 PM

Frostythesnowman

I'm atheist, my wife is atheist and we both think that your god a myth.

We have generously agreed not to think of you as anything special either.


9/11/2012 12:51:59 PM

Oh My Dog!

My...my...my, fundie minds love to go to strange places.

Getting married to a taco? Yes, that would certainly be a fetish.

It's you guys who seem to have all the kinks, wouldn't you say, CoiledViper?

9/11/2012 12:52:16 PM

Rabbit of Caerbannog

Marry a taco, eh?....

...on second thought, I'd rather eat it.

9/11/2012 1:19:24 PM

Malkydel

Don't worry, if its a legitimate marriage, God has ways of protecting it from the gays

9/11/2012 1:21:25 PM

Old Viking

Marriage is a state-issued legal contract. Period. The religious aspect is mumbo-jumbo.

9/11/2012 1:43:41 PM

SpukiKitty

"...and marriage is about as christian as you can get. "

OH?!!

But what about.....

THESE HINDUS?

Or....


THE MALAYSIAN MUSLIMS?

How do you explain....

THESE NEOPAGANS?

Or....

MASAI TRIBAL WEDDINGS DONE FOR EONS?

Finally....

I'D HIGHLY DOUBT THESE GUYS WOULD CALL THEMSELVES CHRISTIANS.


"You can't change the fact its the same as being married to a taco."

Ms. McNeil once said that she loved pizza but that doesn't mean she'd marry it. He daughter, Regan, later on, would turn into some foul-mouthed monster-thing that spewed pea soup-barf.

Animals, kids & food cannot consent...willing adults can. GOT IT?

9/11/2012 1:54:58 PM

checkmate

marriage is about as christian as you can get.

With the minor exception of Christ himself for whom no marriage is attested. And it seems the Apostles abandoned their wives to follow the hippie and left any children they might have had to live in fatherless poverty.

9/11/2012 2:09:12 PM

Xotan

Did you know, when choosing your pseudonym, that Coiled Viper is an anagram of Devil Copier! Interesting.

Better marrying a fetish than some of those fundie dolls. She evidently lived on tacos, the one that sat next (actually half ON) me on a intraEuropean flight. Luckily for me that meant no more than two hours. She really should have paid for my seat as well as she occupied most of it as well as the one she did pay for. Most of her conversation was Jesus. Pity JC doesn't do size reductions. He'd have had my vote.

The religious aspect of mariage was introduced very late - around the end of the first millenium. The church realised there was money in it, just like paying to get your grandmother out of purgatory. A nice Catholic idea for you, Vipe. You support those Catholics, eh!

'I ain't gotta like it...' Is this English?

Ah, what the hell. Fundies have religon mania.

9/11/2012 3:11:37 PM

Tempus

You really want to marry your taco, don't you, CoiledViper?

9/11/2012 3:12:12 PM

farpadokly

Deism seems to me like the first step on the path to atheism anyway. If only these people were to look into the actual beliefs of the Founders of the United States. They might emerge as firm believers in Enlightenment values and reason, with a distrust of supernaturalism and organised religion. They might put away their Bibles and start reading a bit of Hume or Voltaire or something.

9/11/2012 3:18:02 PM
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