Wednesday, September 2, 2015

My two cents on gay marriage - for what it is worth by Michael P. Tremoglie

Pro homosexual marriage activists make two specious arguments in favor of same sex marriages. 

First they say prohibiting same sex marriages is akin to anti-miscegenation laws.

The second specious argument they make is that prohibition against same-sex marriage is similar to prohibiting those who cannot reproduce.

Marriage laws are enacted to protect and ensure procreation just as 

Justice Alito said. 

Anti-miscegenation laws were enacted to prevent 

procreation of mixed races. So the two are not comparable.

Neither is it valid to say that a couple who cannot bear children should is the same. This then is equating homosexuality with a medical condition.

So which is it? 

Is homosexuality a separate race or is a medical problem?


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