Monday, March 13, 2006

Here's Where Action Wisconsin's Taking Us

Oh, yeah, in Spain (under the leftwing Gummint) they created the fiction of same-sex marriage.

Having allowed same-sex couples to enter legal marriages, and adopt children, the brave new government of Spain has taken another step, the London Telegraph reports. Birth certificates will no longer specify a "mother" and "father," since those terms presuppose distinctions which can no longer be assumed.

According to an announcement in the Official Bulletin of State "The expression "father" will be replaced with 'Progenitor A', and "mother" will be replaced with 'Progenitor B'."

But how do they know 'A' from 'B'?

There's more:

Newsweek answers that question with a story on the fast-growing movement for legal acceptance of polygamy. The argument, in a nutshell, is:

... if Heather can have two mommies, she should also be able to have two mommies and a daddy.
And you know what? That argument, as stated, is logically correct. As Leon Trotsky said, who says B must say B. If the state doesn't restrict the gender of marital partners, why restrict the number? Or for that matter the species?

HT: Catholic World News


The Badgerland Conservative said...

I haven't even taken a position firmly, and I am still being attacked in some of the most vicious and personal terms by the pro-homosexual crowd. E-mails and posts on blogs.

To be honest, it is moving me to support the amendment because I am very uncomfortable empowering this crowd at all.

T.G. said...

It's encouraging to see others in Wisconsin who are defending traditional marriage. We are not taking rights away from anybody,homosexuals have never had the right to marry because that would be an oxymoron. Everyone has the SAME rights - to marry someone of the opposite sex.


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