I might go make a sign and picket at an anti-gay marriage rally. It will read
"Honestly, you guys don't want this ****."
"Loyalty only matters when there's a hundred reasons not to be-" Gen. Mattis
Yes this is the ideal, but the notion that we should continue breaking down the basic structure of society by attempting to re-define what a family unit is can only be professed in a vacuum of ignorance and demagoguery.
A healthy society cannot exist if the basic structure of that society, a family consisting of the two parents who created the child in the first place, is broken down to the lowest narcissistic common denominator.
England is still great, just not as backward as US [No offence US]
The argument that marriage is ruined if Gays can get married is ridiculous and illogical and when it was debated in Commons, was chucked out in a heartbeat.
When the Civil Partnership Act was created, they made it a completely secular process just like its opposite-sex civil marriage counterpart. The partnership becomes valid the moment both parties sign the registration document rather than by a minister declaring "I now pronounce you husband and wife". Every other legal right that is afforded to a married couple is given to civil partners."
Lets say Thatcher is elected [which would not happen seeing she is hated], what do you expect she will do? Stop Gay marriage? That would require a vote and she would lose.
Btw, congratulate us. We got our first Gay Scottish Minister
Last edited by Laila; 05-26-09 at 02:23 PM.
I know a lesbian couple who are this example.
US Divorce Rates For Various Faith Groups
Religion % have been divorced
Born-again Christians 27%
Other Christians 24%
Atheists, Agnostics 21%
Hmm...that kind of destroys your theory a bit.