Do we love those inclined to homosexuality enough to stop same-sex ‘marriage’?

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by John-Henry Westen March 26, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Let’s get one thing straight. In this battle over same-sex ‘marriage’ it often sounds like those pushing the dismantling of traditional marriage have the upper hand in terms of love. ‘You are opposed to love!’; ‘How does the love… (247)

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One Response to “Do we love those inclined to homosexuality enough to stop same-sex ‘marriage’?”

  1. Yes, I’ve heard this sort of thing countless times before. It’s kinda like “discrimination in the name of Christian compassion,” isn’t it? You can smile at us and hug us and put on airs of sympathy, but it still boils down to the following:

    Gay people must not be protected from discrimination in the workplace.
    Gay people must not be protected from discrimination in housing.
    Gay people must not be protected from discrimination by businesses.
    Gay people must not be included in existing hate crimes laws.
    Gay people must not be allowed to teach in schools.
    Gay people must not be allowed to serve in the military.
    Gay people must not be allowed to adopt children.
    And Gay couples must not be allowed civil unions, let alone marriage.

    But remember, it’s only because we LOVE you!!!

    Yeah, RIGHT.

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