For those entering politics, thinking they can work with both sides of the marriage issue, seeking a happy medium, guess again.
When it comes to compromise, the Left’s Lobby never does.
From day one, when same-sex marriage became legal in Massachusetts, back in 2003, because activist Judges forced the Commonwealth to begin issuing marriage licenses, my position has been; this has much less to do with marriage than it does education.
What the heck are you ranting about Massery?
First of all, marriage always has been, and always will be, an institution created by God, for the sole purpose of creating a family, united by blood.
No matter how loud same-sex couples cry, they cannot form a family in the traditional sense, where two become one flesh through their offspring.
This is my opinion, not that of the next Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, who you can destroy because of what I say.
I believe the end-game is same-sex education.
Your children, my grandchildren, and everyone else’s, are what they crave most.
For most of us, the idea that our kids will learn the birds and the bees from educators at school, before they learn it from mom and dad, is a bit intimidating.
Many of us parents want to teach it at home first, then have it reinforced at school.
Imagine then, after explaining how things work, our public schools introduce a same-sex wrinkle, ordered by these same activist Judges, which little Johnny and Susie can’t wrap their head around.
And what’s it’s purpose?
Sex for sex sake.
There’s no basis for it in nature–and–kids are smart enough, they study biology, to see it as a glitch limiting the growth of the human species.
Oh…I forgot…the Left loves to talk about the word “love.”
So ethereal of them.
Sorry folks, when one takes into account that real “love” means telling the truth–I say–back off Lefty Lobby, and keep your hands of our children and grandchildren.
And if you “love” the idea of eternal life in God’s house, away from the flames of Hell, where Satan dwells, then I suggest you find God and beg forgiveness.
Oh…and if you think messing with the faith of children is no big deal…guess again.
These are Christ’s words, not mine.
If anyone causes one of these little ones–those who believe in me–to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.
One last thing, for you pretend atheists, laughing in the face of God…good luck with that.