The gay marriage juggernaut has decended down upon your state, in it's latest round of persistent, Nationwide mass-deluding fraud-mongering.
Why not let 'em get married? Surely there must be some compelling reason for the holdup.
When we brake the stone, the sacred covenent of marriage, it emboldens and enables other diverse and varied lifestyles yearning to getlegitimized with State and Govt. recogniton, legitimizing their lifestyle. People who want to marry their cousin. Or their half-brother. Or their dog. The fracturing of the sacred covenent has no logical stopping point, as per the dictates of human nature. But we're not on dogs (yet!!).
We're on gays.
In their HUGE quest for lawmakers to legitimize, approve, and affirm their lifestyle (Always deftly keeping their endeavors out of the hands of the voters)theyve been able to promote a pretty damned good arguement, that they're deserving the same dignity under the law as straights. But, as shown time and time again, they have no scientific or medical tangible merit to distinguish them from you and me, and as the burgoning ex-gay movement attests to, it's such a demonstrably un-permanent lifestyle, one that's moving heaven and earth to subvert fundamental societal constructs in place for centuries. "...Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes...", goes the Declaration of Independence.
So...why not let 'em get married?
How about the David Parker (Massechussettes)case, where that State's highest court referred to Mass. gay marriage as the precedent/reason Paker's kindergarten son can not be permitted to opt out of gay-affirming lessons in school.
Indeed, if GLBT people can get bestowed the official stamp of marriage, it would set enumerable, grim precedents that reverberate strongly across the Culture and Infrastructure, leaving traditional values and freedom of conscience as outdated, obsolete relics in the face of this tidal wave of malicious meddling. The Meddler-in-Chief, Obama, has been steadily at work to these ends.
So, why not let gay people get married? How about the stamp of legitimacy placed on what Catholic Faith deems "Objectively disordered lifestyle", one with a laundry-list of demonstrable,-often lethal- medical maladies drastically overrepresented by gays.
I ask of you to delve deep into your conscience and first ponder the grim, overreaching implications of giving approval to gay marriage.
Think about it for a second: if gays had rightiousness in their quest for marriage, why would they be so desperate to keep it out of the hands of NC voters?
As an independent confirmation of this, gay activists in Maryland lobbying for same-sex marriage quite shockingly said that it is "...inapropriate to leave this issue in the hands of the voters..."
When what you stand for makes you tremble when the majority of society determines it's ligitimacy, then what you stand for is very bad indeed.
Don't let your elected officials off the hook on this one:
And refer here for more implications of gay marriage in your state:http://www.christianpost .com/news/nc-groups-stand-stro ng-together-ahead-of-marriage- amendment-vote-72515/