Tuesday, November 18, 2003

Gay Marriage 

The ruling has just come down- the Massachussetts Supreme Court has ruled that gay marriage is constitutionally protected. That means the fight's on. The gays will now attempt to force national acceptance through the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the constitution, which rules that each state must honor the contracts of other states. Here's my post on why this is a bad thing.

So, now it'll be a fight between two mutually exclusive outcomes. Because the gays won't settle for anything less than full acceptance, the conservatives will have to press for a constitutional amendment, like the FMA. I don't know for sure how I feel about that amendment, but I know it's better than being forced to honor the marriages of homosexuals. The way things are going, I don't think we're that far off from me being forced religiously to accept their marriages. If you doubt that, consider that there are places in the world, places that are the model and the goal of the homosexual lobby, like Sweden, where it would be illegal for me to preach that homosexuality is a sin.

The war's on, folks. Time to choose up sides.

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