Gay Marriage Debate - Dayton, OH

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#1 Jul 30, 2010
Wrong, its just plain wrong and right sinful.

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#2 Jul 30, 2010
it is a sinful lifestyle.

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#3 Jul 30, 2010
What kind of question is this? its wrong and even the queers know its wrong. Why do you think they yell about it so much.

“Brutally honest. ”

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#4 Jul 30, 2010
USMC Retired wrote:
What kind of question is this? its wrong and even the queers know its wrong. Why do you think they yell about it so much.
Maybe because they want stupid people who refuse to listen to actually hear them. If you can't hear a reasonable argument, then you'll pay attention to people who have a microphone.

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#5 Jul 30, 2010
whitefalcon1678 wrote:
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Maybe because they want stupid people who refuse to listen to actually hear them. If you can't hear a reasonable argument, then you'll pay attention to people who have a microphone.
There is no reasonable argument for being a homosexual!

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#6 Jul 30, 2010
Why not? Let them be a miserable as the rest of us.

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#8 Jul 30, 2010
Dirkie wrote:
I'm gay and like to slurp special sauce, got a problem with it?
Your not gay, you might be queer but you are certainly not happy.

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#9 Jul 30, 2010
Samst0ne wrote:
Why not? Let them be a miserable as the rest of us.
I would not be fulfilling my commitment to God if I just let them be miserable. There are so many wonderful things God wants to share with us and I know I am certainly not miserable.

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#10 Jul 31, 2010
Ben Franklin 61 wrote:
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There is no reasonable argument for being a homosexual!
There are plenty of reasonable arguments. You're just too deaf to hear them and too stupid to understand them.
Jonny

Dayton, OH

#11 Jul 31, 2010
I hate men that are secretly gay! But if they wear a wig, panties, makeup and a skirt, I have no problem with them. As far as marriage, I'm against it, unless one presents himself as a woman all the time.
frazzledone

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#12 Jul 31, 2010
You know Robert Bryne once said, "Until you walk a mile in another man's moccasins, you can't imagine the smell." Similarly enough, another quote from "To Kill a Mockingbird", says, "You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view-until you climb into his skin and walk around in it."

I will never understand how someone is so quick to judge says, "It's downright sinful!" when they clearly never attempt to reckon with nor empathize those that they are judging. The only thing they can say is that the Bible tells them so.

If you really want to be that faithful, when you yourself are a sinner, maybe you should also follow the Bible verbatim which commands to kill anyone who

-is Uncircumcised
- curses his parents
- works in the Sabbath
-is an adulterer <--This goes for all you adulterers out there. THANK HEAVENS we know that adultery is by no means common at all in Western society.
- eats leavened bread
- does not eat the Passover
- touches a dead body
- the medium, the spiritist, the necromancer and the Fortune-Teller,
-->This one goes for all you parapsychologist and "spiritual healing" enthusiasts
-and, of course, is gay

Clearly there is no double standard nor picking/choosing what to and not to follow what is clearly stated in the Bible.

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#13 Jul 31, 2010
frazzledone wrote:
You know Robert Bryne once said, "Until you walk a mile in another man's moccasins, you can't imagine the smell." Similarly enough, another quote from "To Kill a Mockingbird", says, "You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view-until you climb into his skin and walk around in it."
I will never understand how someone is so quick to judge says, "It's downright sinful!" when they clearly never attempt to reckon with nor empathize those that they are judging. The only thing they can say is that the Bible tells them so.
If you really want to be that faithful, when you yourself are a sinner, maybe you should also follow the Bible verbatim which commands to kill anyone who
-is Uncircumcised
- curses his parents
- works in the Sabbath
-is an adulterer <--This goes for all you adulterers out there. THANK HEAVENS we know that adultery is by no means common at all in Western society.
- eats leavened bread
- does not eat the Passover
- touches a dead body
- the medium, the spiritist, the necromancer and the Fortune-Teller,
-->This one goes for all you parapsychologist and "spiritual healing" enthusiasts
-and, of course, is gay
Clearly there is no double standard nor picking/choosing what to and not to follow what is clearly stated in the Bible.
Suppose you show us in the Bible where God instructs us to kill. Also, you are referring to Old Testament law which with the birth of Jesus no longer applies.
pro- gay, pro-love, pro equality

Dayton, OH

#14 Jul 31, 2010
True Christians do not hate. No where in the bible does it say that God says to hate others. Christianity is about love so you "Christians" out there that promote hate and judge others are not true Christians. You cannot pick and choose what you want from the bible to suit your own ideas. Love is love and a true Christian promotes love, no matter what it looks like. In such a world of hate and war, ignorant people like you just add to the problem.
ObamaLover

Oxford, OH

#15 Jul 31, 2010
A man sticking his pecker in another man's poop hole is what God had in mind?
ObamaLover

Oxford, OH

#16 Jul 31, 2010
Evan Obama says that marriage is between a man and a woman.

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#18 Jul 31, 2010
[QUOTE who="pro- gay, pro-love, pro equality"]True Christians do not hate. No where in the bible does it say that God says to hate others. Christianity is about love so you "Christians" out there that promote hate and judge others are not true Christians. You cannot pick and choose what you want from the bible to suit your own ideas. Love is love and a true Christian promotes love, no matter what it looks like. In such a world of hate and war, ignorant people like you just add to the problem.[/QUOTE]

You are correct but it is not a person or group of people I hate itís the lifestyle they are living that I hate. Christians do not judge people but rather their actions are judged. So don't twist things to suite your own agenda of a hate war. Try being honest with yourself and others too.

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#19 Jul 31, 2010
Ben Franklin 61 wrote:
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You are correct but it is not a person or group of people I hate itís the lifestyle they are living that I hate. Christians do not judge people but rather their actions are judged. So don't twist things to suite your own agenda of a hate war. Try being honest with yourself and others too.
What an utter load of crap. That's a backdoor way of saying that you hate us. God knows what's in your heart. Do you dare let Him judge you for being a liar?

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#20 Jul 31, 2010
whitefalcon1678 wrote:
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What an utter load of crap. That's a backdoor way of saying that you hate us. God knows what's in your heart. Do you dare let Him judge you for being a liar?
Yes, He does know my heart and I am happy with that. I want God to know my heart but it is a shame that you feel the need to pretend you are bigger than God and trying to do His thinking for him. Remember, He knows your heart as well, what is He seeing in yours?

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#21 Jul 31, 2010
Ben Franklin 61 wrote:
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Yes, He does know my heart and I am happy with that. I want God to know my heart but it is a shame that you feel the need to pretend you are bigger than God and trying to do His thinking for him. Remember, He knows your heart as well, what is He seeing in yours?
I never pretended to be bigger than God. And I don't assume what He thinks, which is why I stopped questioning my sexuality. If it is what He wants, then I accept. There are more than one ways to see God, but that's something that I know you don't understand.

He sees my heart as full and complete, without doubt as to how He made me.
JOE

Dayton, OH

#22 Aug 1, 2010
SHOULD BE BETWEEN A MAN AND A WOMEN AS NATURE INTENDED.

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