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God Is Gay

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. I posed a question the other day on Facebook if anyone had a problem with gay marriage or gay couples adopting children. Most people did not, and some did.  There were many who, as usual refuse to post their ideas but will have no problem emailing me offline about it.

One person, "chicky Lala" said that the issue isn't if gay marriage should be allowed; it is, should the question even have to be asked.  I thought that was the most telling and thought provocative answer that fit best. It was simple and to the point.  That logic can be used for many things.  That reminds of race. I never ever think about the race card until someone mentions it.  For example people in Detroit are up and arms about their city going into financial receivership.  Well when I think about that, race never enters my mind. Inevitably somebody will mention race as being the issue on this.  I know racism exists so I guess that's why it is an issue.  However if you stop making it an issue, then maybe it will go away?  Out of sound, out of mind...perhaps? Works for me.  Not ignoring racism, but ignoring race being an issue.  See how that works?

Anyways some of the responses were directed towards God loving everyone, no matter their color, sex, preference etc.  Some said God made man and woman and they should only marry and procreate.  People are going to believe what they want. I just find it hard that any God is going to criticize or not love someone who is gay.  It just doesn't make sense.  I don't get all the Santorum types who follow that stuff and think their God or their religion is going to not support gay marriages.  The only argument I see valid is the procreating aspect, but that's it....biology only in making babies - not caring for them.

I prefer the libertarian way - to each his own, as long as it doesn't infringe on my rights.  With all the gay married couples out there, has it effected your life for the worse? No of course not.  Let people be.  Leave them alone.  So what if they want to get married?  Consenting adults should have the right to choose and be free.  Lord knows our freedoms are dwindling by the day as it is.

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