I'm not against gay sex, just against gay marriage. Well, OK. You got me there. I AM against gay sex. That's crazy and dirty. I wouldn't do that for under half a million dollars per act.
I guess, then, I'm not against the people who want to have gay sex. Well, OK. You got me there, too. People who do that sort of stuff are crazy and dirty. Especially for free.
Men who want to act like women and women who want to act like men? I can't find a reasonable justification. That's sad when one feels the need to disparage their own genitals. You won't get far trying to argue with nature despite our culture's attempts to lionize the vast net benefits of being a sissy.
I'm wearing my fuzzy slippers right now, but that's as far as it goes with me. On second thought, I do admit some joy at cleaning the ole fruit basket in the shower, but that's it. I can do it myself, sailor. Thanks.
Sometimes I'll wear the slippers out of the house, but at least I'm not going to DC to boss people around and tell them they should be forced by law to like it, and then fling empty shoe boxes at them.
What I'm trying to say is that I'm in favor of allowing people who want to do that sort of behavior with consenting adults to live. And let live too, by the way, for you sensitive practitioners of false inference. Look stupid if you want.
But I am against gay marriage, period, because marriage is about raising children, not adult sexual freedom and fulfillment. Most of you marrieds know this by heart.
Kids are not born with a political sense. Their early survival depends on a natural self-centeredness until they develop the physical, emotional, and political skills to survive through adulthood. It's no less morally wrong to deny a child the information on survival that men and women possess uniquely and cooperatively, than it is to rob a child of innocence through the sudden corruption that a molester brings to bear.
This gay marriage ban amendment is hugely popular. It has broad support. But there is no way in hell it will pass. Kiddin' me? It's not designed to. It's put together by some very smart politicians who want Republican guys like me to go to the polls this November and vote for them. It works, because I will.
The real cynics here--in other words, people who have no core principles--are the liberals who express shock that politicians will actually say what they believe to get votes. How long has our system of government been in place? Who's the stupid backward hick now?