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Posted on November 21 at 2:46 p.m.
The number one and two racial demographic that voted in favor of Proposition 8 was African-American and Latino. Please feel free to call them out and boycott them with your hate. The Mormon and other Churches are such easy targets. Why not go after the African-Americans and Latinos? Afraid?? I think so.
Posted on November 21 at 2:43 p.m.
My feeling is not to get a dog. Dog's are rather rambunctious. I prefer this family to adopt a stray cat or kitten. The love and joy will be immense and there is much room for the cat to roam. Why not get two?
On Presidential Pets
Posted on November 21 at 2:41 p.m.
This is great that they have saved their house through such steadfast planning. Too bad everyone is not loaded with the money necessary to have all of these luxuries built in to their home to prevent the fire. It is not practical for the common person, but an interesting story nonetheless.
On Green Building Techniques Save Home on Mountain Drive
Posted on November 20 at 7:30 p.m.
G-Love, you are putting the words in my mouth that I did not scribe to. Gays have the same rights already as straight people. They are free to be married, they are freed to vote, they are free to do anything that anybody else can do. It is true. You cannot deny my evidence.
On Santa Barbarans Protest Prop. 8
Posted on November 20 at 7:32 a.m.
Gay's already have equal rights. They can vote, marry, and do anything else that a normal person can do underneath the law umbrella. I think these protests may be misguided in scope.
Posted on November 19 at 12:43 p.m.
Josh, I decide every day of my life to be of the straight variety. I could choose otherwise, but do not feel that is what is best for my life. I have no problems with civil unions being of equal footing to marriage in terms of one or two items missing. But I do not believe that is not what the homosexual marriage team of supporters is pushing for as a goal. I get the feeling, this is just my opinion here, but I get the feeling that one of the main things the team is pushing for is the feeling of "acceptance". They wanted to be accepted and want everyone in society to think that homosexuality is "normal". This is the tone that I pick up from them. They will not stop until society accepts homosexuality as "normal" and it taught so in our school system. The homosexual movement is too extreme and too polarizing. One day they may get their way, acting like this is not how to do it.
Posted on November 19 at 12:13 p.m.
Comparing the plights of homosexual marriage and the "Black" civil rights movement is just going a bit over the top for my books. If you stand back and take a fair look at the two sides, you will take careful notice that people of color have no choice as to how they are born, but people of loving the same sex have made a choice as to their lifestyle. I am in all support of equal rights, and I believe that the homosexual community has these equal rights already, in fact people have gone out of their way to give them preferential treatment. Comparing the two movements is troublesome. Please for a factual statement, take a look at the demographic voting results based on race. Wouldn't you think that blacks and latinos would be sympathetic to any such legitimate civil rights issue? Yes, they would be. But they voted in groves for Proposition 8, because they have lived through a legitimate civil rights movement and only know that the homosexual drive for same sex marriage is not a legitimate gripe. Thank-you for reading.
Posted on November 19 at 9:51 a.m.
Still, after so many days there becomes not one person who can tell the audience what single right a gay person does not have that a straight person has. There exists none. Right to vote, right to own a gun, right to a job, right to a bathroom, right to a water fountain, right to sit on any seat in a bus, right to own property, right to seek medical care, right to attend school, right to get married, right to do anything that anybody else can legally do. And I am sorry, gay marriages will be allowed the day that polygamist marriages will be allowed. I don't see that as a day in all of our lives near future.
Posted on November 19 at 8 a.m.
Secondly, like I mentioned earlier there are no rights that "homosexual people" do not have that a straight person has. Homosexuals are allowed to vote, work, and live their life style however they see legally fit. If they want to get married they need to marry someone of the opposite sex. So they have the right to get married. Nobody is taking this away from them. Get this, they even can get the same benefits as legally married couples without even being married to anybody, it's called a civil union. If you ask me it sounds like homosexual couples are getting special preferential treatment. And yet they still complain. Did you notice that the largest block of people who supported Prop 8 were blacks and latinos. Why aren't the homosexuals and denouncers of Prop 8 going after them? Why don't they boycott black and latino owned businesses etc?? They are cowards, that's why.
Posted on November 19 at 7:55 a.m.
Jason in your childish island scenario with 500 gay couples on one island and 500 straight couples on the other island. If you come back in 100 years, one of the islands will have ZERO people left on it. That is what will happen. Where do you think babies come from?
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