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    Re: When the issue is gay marriage who are the intolerant ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post

    Sure if its between a man and a woman. Should have never been blocked in the first place. Now SSM is a whole different issue.
    LOL....like I said....you are sooooo predictable. You support "Activism" and support changing definitions as long as it is something that benefits you....while you love to get on your soapbox, condemn others and prevent them from enjoying the same rights. That is Bigotry at its core.
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    Re: When the issue is gay marriage who are the intolerant ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    He's a big government leftist. Of course he wants government telling people their personal business. He's one of those "it takes a village" folks.
    I would disagree. There is a difference between "it takes a village" and "Big Brother Government should control the most intimate decisions in your lives". NP and his ilk aren't about a "village" helping to create a better and more stable society....they are all about Big Brother Government forcing a radical so called "Christian" dogma onto the masses.
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    Re: When the issue is gay marriage who are the intolerant ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kreton View Post
    I can't help but notice you have managed to ignore the last couple responses I have to you. Your views on this are not in line with the church, nor are they in line with conservative values. You are trying to manipulate these institutions for your own twisted needs. It is sick.
    NP treats Catholic doctrine like a cafeteria....he chooses and selects the teachings that he wants to follow and disregards the rest.
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    Re: When the issue is gay marriage who are the intolerant ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    That is odd my left wing friend because I got married on March 17 1966. in the American Embasssy In Seoul South Korea
    LOL...and prior to Loving v. Virginia, your marriage would not have been recognized as valid in half of the United States. You must be glad that Loving changed the definition of marriage to include yours, right NP?
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    Re: When the issue is gay marriage who are the intolerant ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post

    I went to Catholic School for 12 years taking a class on religion in every year so I believe I know my religion better then you...........Can you expound on your ridiculous statement about me? I will never accept the views of a far left issue Liberal on this issue........sorry
    Religion isn't about right and left. I have an idea. We can see who knows your religion better. I am a religious person, but I am not Catholic. How about you show me where in the scriptures it calls for governments of nations or Catholics to judge people for their actions. And I in turn will find where it says that you, as a Catholic, should not be judging others.

    Your role as a Catholic is not to oppress or judge people. What you are doing is using the Church as a front to hide behind in order to try to progress a political agenda that doesn't even follow the basic philosophical principles of the politics you are attempting to manipulate religion to force upon others. And yes, I know that there have been many like you before who have exploited the Church and used people faith to force them to bend to your political will. You are not the first. But not being the first doesn't make it right. Nowhere in your religion does it call for you to attack those who are different or those who have different beliefs.
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    Re: When the issue is gay marriage who are the intolerant ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggen View Post
    But...but... but... it's in the bible!

    I love how the bible thumpers pick and choose the parts they like and explain away the parts that are....uh....inconvenient.
    I love how atheists display ignorance by pretending something is in the Bible that isn't there, just to disagree. Sorry loser, there's no parts in there that are convenient to your false claim.

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    Re: When the issue is gay marriage who are the intolerant ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanWoman76 View Post
    I love how atheists display ignorance by pretending something is in the Bible that isn't there, just to disagree.
    Speaking of things that people pretend are in the bible... when, exactly, did God speak for himself in the Bible? I haven't found those sections. I've found a bunch of sections written by people who claimed to be speaking for God, but nothing that could accurately called "god speaking for himself". At best, Old Jehovah has always spoken through others, if the people claiming to be speaking for him are to be believed.
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    Re: When the issue is gay marriage who are the intolerant ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Speaking of things that people pretend are in the bible... when, exactly, did God speak for himself in the Bible? I haven't found those sections. I've found a bunch of sections written by people who claimed to be speaking for God, but nothing that could accurately called "god speaking for himself". At best, Old Jehovah has always spoken through others, if the people claiming to be speaking for him are to be believed.
    burning bush is the only example that comes to mind, but then again, that is only someone claiming that GOD spoke to them via the bush.
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    Re: When the issue is gay marriage who are the intolerant ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    That is odd my left wing friend because I got married on March 17 1966. in the American Embasssy In Seoul South Korea
    There are many more states besides mine where it wasn't legal until 1967 when the SCOTUS made it legal. The laws were still on the books for years to come, though. ((I suspect Missouri finally got rid of it when we started re-writing our statutes in 1983. And, yes, we were one of the states that banned White-Asian marriages so yours would have been illegal. Had you come here for your honeymoon in 1966 you would have been thrown in jail.)) But, hey, you don't have to believe me. There's plenty of evidence out there.


    Here's a good one for you, from Alabama, published November 12, 2000:

    Alabama voters quietly removed one piece of arcana from their Jim Crow-era constitution: a 1901 state law banning marriage between a Negro and Caucasian. The Supreme Court struck down such laws in 1967, but until last week, when voters passed a ballot initiative to purge that law from the books, it held on as the last such state law in the nation. The margin by which the measure passed was itself a statement. A clear majority, 60 percent, voted to remove the miscegenation statute from the state constitution, but 40 percent of Alabamans -- nearly 526,000 people -- voted to keep it. Somini Sengupta
    November 5-11 - Marry at Will - NYTimes.com


    Take off the rose-colored glasses, man, even in 2000 40% of Alabama voters didn't want Your Kind around.
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    Re: When the issue is gay marriage who are the intolerant ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    burning bush is the only example that comes to mind, but then again, that is only someone claiming that GOD spoke to them via the bush.
    The burning bush spoke to Moses, but was it ever quoted in the bible?
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