06-13-2009, 06:40 PM
There is nothing wrong with not believeing in same-sex marriage. That is an opinion and it is based on your religion and not on the constitution that all people are created equal In effect, Miss California is saying the constitution is wrong.
The best way for the gay haters to address this is to have the constitution amended to say most people are equal.
For Miss California I would suggest she learn some new christan music to sing on saleable recordings, and stay clear of show biz work for obvious reasons.
06-13-2009, 08:06 PM
is she, because the idea of "created" means there is a creator. judging by the main religion of the founders of this nation that Creator is the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Their religion (be it Jewish, Muslim, or Christian) all are very firm on this subject...
and isn't "We the people...etc" from the Declaration of Independence?
06-14-2009, 12:29 PM
We'll argue to death on the Creation Theory. It seems to me the Founders of the Constitution were explicit in saying all people are created equal and had inalienable rights. To me, that is saying that to accept a being of alien origin from one section of the world wide sheme of things is not only questionable but out of order. The constitution was getting away from all religions that would interfere with equal rights.
White Christians, Black Christians, Muslims Jews, and other Relgious Sects are all included in the created equal rights to leave out the Gay people is an afront to that law of the land. That is a hateful situation. To believe a group of people are not equal to others is against the Constitution.
I feel you want to bring up the Law of God - your God - and not anyone else's as more important on equal rights than the Constiitution.
06-14-2009, 02:29 PM
Wicked Yankee Girl