Catholics don't get to define my marriage - even if I am heterosexual
Some Catholic site is giving advice on how to field questions from Leftists about homosexuality. After all, those danged lefties keep bringing up issues of equality and civil rights when gay marriage comes up, and it's awfully hard to talk about restricting gay rights without sounding like a bigot or homophobe, so you've got to have a different set of talking points you can switch to whenever talk about equality and fairness and those other non-Catholic doctrines are brought up. So they've come up with five different tactics Catholic bigots can use to divert attention from their bigotry. They hope. Mainly, though, it diverts attention to the fact that they use really, really bad arguments.
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#1 Aug 10, 2010
I feel a long anti-Catholic screed brewing in my heart.......
“Where's my fairy wand!”
Since: Apr 08
#2 Aug 11, 2010
Oh Frank how hard can that be...have you seen their history?:)
Just remember...it's the institution not the people...OK well it's not all of the people.
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