I hate to tell you this, but I don’t think “God” really cares if gay people got married. Why? Because I don’t see him burning down cities like he did Sodom & Gomorrah back in the day. No seriously, where are the lightning bolts, meteor showers, and plagues? Heck, Vegas is still standing and they literally call that place “Sin City”. Shoot, and if “God” is everywhere, I’m pretty sure he sees all the shit going on including what jumped off in Studio 54 and the occasional Minneapolis bathroom stall. So yes, I’d say marriage equality is the natural progression in America.
Aside from that, I don’t remember being opposed to gay marriage listed as a requirement to get into heaven. Not that I’m a Biblical scholar or nuthin’, but I’m just sayin’. Oh, and neither is Bill O’Reilly, but even he sees the writing on the wall.
Seriously folks, there’s really no good argument against marriage equality same-sex marriage, or whatever “the gheys” call it short of one admitting his or her bigotry. And admitting to being a bigot isn’t a bad thing. In fact, the very Constitution which serves as the guiding principle when it comes to governance protects your right to be a bigot. Yeah, isn’t that beautiful?
Uh huh, even the Constitution allows you to believe that “God” wanted marriage to be between a man and a woman for the sole reason of procreation. Which of course is pretty silly to me because if that were true, I suppose it can also be said that “God” is opposed to heterosexual post-menopausal women being able to become newlyweds. Yes, shouldn’t we discriminate against older women tpo?
Yeah, I suppose “God” is opposed to high mileage wombs much in the same way he is gay marriage. Which is really gay if you ask me. But hey, that’s just me being un-homophobic.
Listen, the fight for marriage equality has nothing to do with infringing upon your right to be a bigot. Instead, it is about allowing a minority of people in this country the access to the very benefits of marriage afforded to a vast majority of people in this country per the Constitution and the valuable guarantee of equal protection under the law. Hell, if a homosexual can openly serve in the military and die protecting your freedom to be a bigot; the least they should be able to do is marry whom they love and get tax credits just like everybody else. But I suppose doing so would be too much like being fair; and, too much like promoting the very freedom and democracy so many in history have died to protect and promote.