Wednesday, November 04, 2009

31 and Counting

Maine voters rejected "gay marriage".

The legislature passed, the governor signed it, and the voters promptly repealed it.

The issue has lost in every single state in which it has been voted on. It's been defeated in 31 states.

The interesting thing here, as has been repeated in many states, is the disconnect between the  gummit and the people.  Once again, the elites made decisions totally against the wishes of the citizens they are supposed to be representing.

Do we have to go through this 50 (or 57 if you're a democrat) times before they get the message?

I'm at a loss to understand this homosexual mania that insists we celebrate deviant* sexual preference. I'm okay with adults having consensual sex with whomever they choose. But is it too much to ask that they do it PRIVATELY...and without public applause?

The Gunslinger, EOTIS
Para Bellum

*This is not a slur. It is a description of something that "deviates" from the norm. And like it or not, heterosexuality is the norm.


  1. governemnt shouldn't be involved in marriage in the first place. that way you avoid the debate between the false dichotome of equal rights for homosexuals and the perceived attack on marriage.

  2. It's not the first time the voters of Maine have rejected gay marriage. The news seems to have had trouble remembering that fact and are reporting this like it was totally unexpected.

  3. Gays have EXACTLY the same marriage rights as I do. They have the right to marry anyone they want (except children and siblings) of the opposite sex.

    The don't want EQUAL rights. They want SPECIAL rights.