Should marriage between a man and a women be legally termed to be a "natural marriage" on relevant documents?Posted by: kkal
14 Total Votes
Yes, I want my marriage to reflect the sacred tradition of the institution. This can be accomplished by voters at the ballot box in every state
This is a petty and frankly a stupid idea. It's an inconsistent and incorrect definition of natural.
Really giggling at this one. Enough already. This is done.
I clicked again... Just to laugh a little again.
The only thing that took the natural out of marriage was the unnatural coupling of same sexes. For you tex look at the definition of natural I'm sure the dictionary is the same in Texas or is it? Or u could substitute normal, traditional etc.
Aw isn't that cute all the no's want to be like us. In one way at least!!!
This is appallingly dosgusting. Your literally looking at gay marriage as unnatural and lesser. Forst of all its literally natural. Homosexuality exists in nature. Marriage is man-made. Also, this is just plain insulting, bullying behaivior. I dont even care if its trolling. Its just plain mean.
@kkal - I can see no reason for your smug response. You can't seem to find ONE person even on this site to agree with your (giggle) "idea".
Also what on earth would even be the purpose or the use of doing this? If theyre legally the same why would you name them differently eapecially on official documents. All it does is open the door for discrimination.
Do I really have to explain the difference between the two marriages? It's like they are both cars only one is a different make.You honestly believe the two marriages are the same? Is the Miss Black America contest a racist contest? Why can't we have just a Miss America or if we have a black Miss America contest why not a white Miss America? I don't see anybody protesting the the black contest as racist!! That's how screwed up the whole concept is! My wife is named Sydney and on our marriage certificate and invitations it implies a homosexual union, just not fair that's all there is to it!
@kkal - What are you one about now? Forget it, it's just easier to laugh at you.
Sure laugh but you never answered the question did you?
Kcal: quit trying to force society to comply to your point of view.
There are movements all over the country right now, this thing can be done via state law. Just like the marriage ages are different all over the country this will be the future. Nothing unfair about it!!
Never said it was unfair, I just used a common anti-gay argument against you.
Kkal - Good luck with your "movement". At this point, the SCOTUS has spoken. Any government document relating to marriage will be equal. You have lost this silly battle... Move on.
If any state tries to attach this kind of distinction to marriage, it will be labeled as discrimination immediately. Given the Supreme Court's current policy, any such law will be removed with little effort. In addition to being wrong, its also pointless.
Nobody wants to answer the Black Miss America question because logically they can't., It's typical really. If your straight and white you are a racist. Minorities of any kind including women and gays can never be racist. I guess it's ok to have a gay day parade but if straight people are proud of who they are then they are racists. All those politically correct fanatics will never see the stupidity of it all. Until we stop giving all these minorities a crutch to lean on they will never learn to walk and always feel discriminated against because deep down in their logical minds they can never condone their feelings!!!
"Nobody wants to answer the Black Miss America question because logically they can't.," - Well, one it is completely off-topic. Two, if you are concerned that no one is protesting the "black Miss America", then perhaps YOU should protest it. I think they are all disgusting.
"If your straight and white you are a racist." - I am straight and white, OK, what next "Minorities of any kind including women and gays can never be racist." - I don't think anyone has ever said that, moving on. "I guess it's ok to have a gay day parade" - HELL YEA. Its a blast. "but if straight people are proud of who they are then they are racists." - There is no attempt from the Gay community to curtail YOU rights, get the difference?. "All those politically correct fanatics will never see the stupidity of it all. Until we stop giving all these minorities a crutch to lean on they will never learn to walk and always feel discriminated against because deep down in their logical minds they can never condone their feelings!!!" - Utter bullsh1t. The "crutch" you allude to is, in this topic, only recognizing the SAME rights YOU have. The better analogy is, we would like to stop kicking gay people in the shins.
TBR your responses are feeble at best so let's try to see if you can do better. If it's okay to label a parade as being gay why not label a marriage as traditional? They both indicate who is participating so that everyone knows. Parade permits are labeled with titles all the time, I know this for a fact, Legal documents are descriptive ALL the time. Marriage never was labeled for obvious reasons. Maybe some day birth certificates will be labeled homosexual and it would be perfectly fine to do so. Until then male or female, Italian or Irish, Caucasian or Asian will always be included on a document every bit as important as a marriage certificate. It's what you are when you are born and homosexuals insist they are born Gay! Remember a birth certificate is a public document. Descriptive with no intent to discriminate or exclude. Does a bathroom labeled men's or women's discriminate? Would it be proper to have a homosexual bathroom? We have men's and women's rooms based on sexual orientation, don't we? Maybe we should have one bathroom for all, that would be truly and ultimately non-exclusive. These things are, if you intelligently explore them, are all on the table. I want my child's birth certificate to indicate male, Italian and Caucasian because it is an accurate description of who he was when he was born. I have every right to have my marriage described as it actually is. It does not exclude and is not discriminatory based on race, gender, religion or sexual orientation. Political correctness is not a legitimate rebuttal strategy. If you cannot reply thoughtfully and with accurate and logical rebuttals, then please refrain from any response. Thanks
Kkal: Stop rambling about nothing and get out of other peoples lives.
The lack of intelligent response is very revealing and makes my point exquisitely, thank you!
The fact that no one is agreeing with you is even more revealing.
A juvenile response at best. No one replies because most people who know they are right will not suffer such stupid illogical rebuttals. I on the other hand rather enjoy and marvel at the complete disregard for fact and common sense found in these disagreements. It still amazes me how people become brain dead in an all out effort to be politically correct. But then these creatures are the same ones who drool over reality TV shows and stare wide eyed at the liberal boobs who spat out ignorant rhetoric. These responses are my "reality show"!
@kkal - Forgot this silly poll was back here. Still rambling on about nonsense I see. Well, tell you what. How about you start with a nice letter to your representative. You can pitch this.... Idea, and see where it goes. I'm sure to see some action on this in the coming months.