Monday, December 05, 2016

How About That Same-Sex "Marriage" Thing, Eh??

This remark:

...BuzzFeed can’t argue that the same-sex marriage issue is ethically settled, because it isn’t for a sizable population of our country and our world. It is no longer okay—indeed, it never was—to write cutesy articles shaming religious people as homophobic for simply being one of the many millions of Americans in 2016 who attend a religious congregation that does not support same-sex marriage. That is not a good move for activism or journalism....

comes from a surprising source:  gay columnist B. Ambrosino of the WaPo.

He's right, and we could argue that he's a lot more right than even HE wants to admit; for if you take the 'our world' phrase literally, 'gay marriage' supporters drop to an infinitesimal percentage--maybe 2-3%--and that's a generous guess.

This is a matter which Trump, Walker, and most (R) politicians do NOT want to face head-on, period.  In fact, most mainstream religious 'leaders' won't touch it with a 10-foot pole, either.  They're happy to hide behind Obergefell and shut up.

What IS 'settled'?  The laws of Nature and Nature's God.  And it's not good to try to fool Mother Nature.

HT:  CNSNews

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