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RE: Why Gay Cultural Progress Is Meeting Stiff Political Resistance

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If same-sex marriage is good for all, than smoking is good too. Here’s the deal for me….I have no interest in passing on condemnation. We ALL are condemned already. Who of us will escape the doorway of death? But, to argue the value of same-sex relations is ludicrous. Yes, for some, for many, the acts are pleasurable, for them. But, are they beneficial to all? No! These acts are socially destructive, not constructive, and our legislatures have an obligation to uphold the welfare of ALL, not one, not some. This means, each one has the right to live in sin or in Christ Jesus who died for our sin thereby purchasing each of us a resurrection from the dead unto judgment.

This very truth is what protects the liberty of the individual to sin unto the destruction of their-self but that liberty extends to all, for the protection of the nation, which takes procreation to survive. So, while some choose to forgo the natural use of man and woman, others choose to carry on the very liberties which protect their destructive choices. Many choose to do this by utilizing traditional marriage for the good of all.

However, the extension of common entitlements and wages needed to sustain oneself within society must be available to all. Yet, positional acceptance in terms of the gay lifestyle being beneficially good for all, is a position that should remain unsupported, for the natural benefit of the nation.

RESPONSE

2 hours ago (1:07 PM)

Two things:

1. Paragraphs are a good thing.
2. Comparing the loving relationsh­ip between two committed partners which is shown to be beneficial to society to smoking which is shown to be detrimenta­l to society is reprehensi­ble.

We are a country ruled by the Constituti­on, not the Bible. What your book says about gay people is about as valid as what your book says about dietary restrictio­ns.

REPLY
The Constitution­on of the United States

Preamble NoteWe the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquilit­y, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constituti­on for the United States of America.and our Posterity. That is natural, we are to protect this for the good of the country. That is our Constituti­onal duty. To do otherwise is unconstitu­tional.You mention loving relations between two…yes, but that is not loving to all. There is good for you, good for another, and there is good for all. Our Constituti­on protects the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.

In disbelief, you may ignore the shed blood of Christ which liberates everyman from the bonds of death unto judgment BUT I by His grace, use that freedom to protect and preserve the rights of all, in light of what is good for all.

I agree with you, there is not, nor should there be, a state religion and neither should we be ruled by religion. But Christ is no religion and where you are building a wall to separate individual­s from their Creator, Christ Jesus built a bridge to restore individual­s to their Creator. So all, having the Spirit of Christ, stand to protect your personal choice in light of what is good for the Nation.

dietary restrictio­­ns?

RESPONSE
1 hour ago (1:48 PM)
Bigotry is detrimenta­l to society.
REPLY
I am happy to protect your choices and in order to do so, I must uphold the liberties given to us by our Creator and penned into a Constituti­on.This means I, and we, and all, must protect our Posterity. This ensures there will be a future to protect us, pay taxes, govern the nation. This is commonsens­ical. To say otherwise, to deny the natural benefit of a man and woman is, well, not wise. The very benefit this union offers us, is the very benefit which brought you and me into this world.Further, I do agree that the right to earn a just living wage is one that should be made available to all, regardless of race, gender, religion and one’s relational preference­s. This would preclude the need for many of the entitlemen­ts sought by the various special interest groups. If you were to unite your voice on this matter, you would achieve more independen­ce for not only yourself, but for a multitude of other Americans who stand by your choices in light of liberty and justice for all.

So, however unnatural your choices are, I stand to protect them in light of what is good for all. This right of mine, to guard the good of all, is clearly expressed and demonstrat­ed in our Constituti­on.

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I am a follower of The Way, holding to the doctrine of Jesus Christ the first born from among the dead, who lives and reigns forever more. Scripture is the basis of my beliefs which testify of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead and confirmed in me by His Holy Spirit. The gift of eternal life is inclusive. Jesus shed his blood for all, He has purchased for each of us a resurrection from the dead unto judgment. His shed blood is our justice which satisfies our holy Creator blotting out our sins, making it possible for us to approach a holy, righteous God. In our approach to Him, we repent of our sin, we yield ourselves to His will, wanting to take on His very divine nature, desiring to be made new in His image and likeness thereby doing away with sin. It is through this faith in Him that we become children of God having received His Holy Spirit which does his commandments thereby entering eternal life and escaping the damnation of hell, the lake of fire to come. May we be blessed in the knowledge of Him. Kenneth S. Muratore Jr

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One thought on “RE: Why Gay Cultural Progress Is Meeting Stiff Political Resistance

  1. I appreciate you for sharing

    Posted by Zachary Klay | May 29, 2011, 10:45 AM

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