I see. A line must be drawn as it relates to freedom, the very building block of our country. And let me guess. The man that told us all that penguins can fly is going to be the one drawing that line!!!<quoted text>
I am a believe in freedom too, I faught for it. but we need to draw a line some where.
No, it won't. Not one of the lawyers supporting prop 8 were able to establish how gays being married was going to affect other people, and you Penguin Boy certainly aren't going to be able to establish one single way that you or any other non gay person will be affected by gays marrying.<quoted text>
SSM will affect you in some way or another down the road,
You don't have to support the teaching of gay history. You are free to not support it. Just as you are free to not support the teaching of black history or Asian history or Women's history. you don't have to support evolution being taught. You don't have to support any curriculum at all. You are completely free to not support it.<quoted text>
exdample I don't agree with it so I don't think I should have to pay into it by supporting the teaching of gay rights or gay history in the public school system, just that alone will affect me and others who don't support SSM.
Yet again, you are completely unaffected.
And we don't care what straits do in their homes. You know, given that neither of us do anything the other doesn't do.<quoted text>
I don't care what gays do in their own home
Um, the advancement of equality is part of history whether you agree with it or not. It's factual information related to the principals of our country. There is absolutely no reason for it to be avoided in an historical content.<quoted text>
but keep it out of public affairs.
Feel free to try again though. I anxiously await to know how you are remotely affected by gays being married. Thanks for playing Penguin Boy.