Pleased that my country is one step closer to the ideal by which it was created? Why, yes I am.<quoted text>
Oh, I get it, Tony. And I get that your pleased.
As you will recall, first the homos only wanted to be left alone to live their lives in peace.
Not exactly. They said "Live their lives as they see fit."
Somewhat, and with the judicial help of overturning sodomy laws... But it was hardly voluntary.Americans complied.
Not agree, tolerate. Nobody needs your agreement.Then, the homes invited Uncle Sam into their bedrooms and demanded that he hold their same-sex relationships to be the equivalent of marriage. Americans were forced to agree.
Your school board members... your legislators...All the while, the homos insisted that their campaign would now end, and that they would never seek to force same-sex marriage upon children in the schools -- "No, no...everyone knows that sex education is optional." Americans have discovered otherwise.
You're right, and your acknowledgement of the inevitable is a welcome sign.The next discovery will involve the fact that no U.S. citizen will be able to be denied any form of marriage based on "equality under the law."
They are not trying to require you to marry a same-sex partner if you want to marry. You ARE trying to require them to marry an opposite-sex partner if they want to marry. The former is not force, the latter is.And again, that's something the homos said would never happen. Americans know better.
Homosexuals aren't responsible for someone else's use of the same principles to gain their rights. The principles have been there since this country's founding... It's just taken this long to realize their breadth.
But you have the gall to call those opposed to same-sex and other relationships "bullies" and "control freaks."