hi. i am travelling all over the internet to spread the love. i am a christian, and hopefully you are too. i am not here to try to convert you if you are not a cristian, though if you would like to be converted ill happily help.
i am here to speak to the people who are already christians. we need to stand together and fight. if you have an atheist or agnostic or something else bad friends, leave them behind now.
Permalink Reply by Z on August 13, 2010 at 10:55pm
Initially my reaction to this is 'TROOOOOOLLLL, hairy fat trolllllll,' but then, I've been reading the political mail I've been sent 'cause it's election time, and the Family First party have a whole list of Christian 'policies' that make me think 'hey, maybe religion isn't dead quite yet.' Which bears the question, why are we not burning these creatures at the stake they were so fond of? One of the policies was "Marriage is Special": We uphold the integrity of marriage as the joining of a man and a woman, etc.
What confuses me is what exactly makes it special for a man to root a woman? They do that everywhere. Same sex relationships are much more special, they aren't nearly so horrendously common and prone to failure.
Speaking of, I should be in bed with the person I love, whom I don't have any right to marry. Not that I believe in marriage, outdated concept that it is.
Anyway, I won't do any nasty things to this poor misguided child, as I know how entertaining you all find the arguing. *salutes* As you were.
Well, they're not so much MORE special, but the right person's idea of a same-sex relationship is in comparison to the wrong person's idea of a different-sex relationship. Which is the comparison we end up having to make nowadays.
At least this time round it's an issue. I don't remember it ever really been considered at all previously, let alone taken seriously enough that the parties are all working out their stances and things not that anyone save the Greens have found themselves in favour -.-'