Very well said!<quoted text>
(Cue the Big D super hero music) "It is not my battle alone to fight, but a conflict engaged in by millions of like minded Americans concerned for the Republic's future generations, to whom we are obligated to pass on to them, the very social instution, cruicial to societal stability, the monogamous union of husband and wife. A union too important to be subject to the revisionist whims of a few who put forth the notion that the male female union is not unique and thus not worthy of societal recognition and privilege alone. No sir, untold future generations of Americans will know that not all of their ancestors went meekly into the night, when confronted by those that would tear down the very notion of conjugality, fidelity, procreativity, elements at the core of the marital union. That there were those who opposed such a detrimental consequential act, faithful citizens, who despite being subjected to threats of violence, and verball taunts, soldiered on. Labeled as "bigots", told their religious beliefs were fairy tales, and even subjected to threats of violence, by individuals, all because they dare question the Orwellian orthodoxy put forth by those who seek nothing less than the complete rejection of the understanding of marriage as a union of both sexes, a concept that has stood since since the birth of the Republic.
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