I have no problems with those who wish to indulge in a different sexual lifestyle
I have no problems with homosexuals fighting for equal rights accorded to heterosexual couples.
But i have a problem when homosexuals forget the rules of democracy and instead choose to force their sexual orientation on others. To say that i have no right to use the ballot to reject the redefinition of marriage to suit a narrow and selfish agenda is to be ignorant and intolerant.
I have a problem when homosexuals try to tell us that gay rights are similar to civil rights. It is an insult to every black man on earth. To say that fighting for pecuniary benefits as a result of a lifestyle that only 20yrs ago was considered a "disorder" in psychiatric textbooks is akin to fighting for the right to be regarded as a human is incomprehensible.
Homosexuals were never slaves, sexual orientation can be hidden . . . skin color cannot. Until you have been hosed down by police, refused voting rights, the right to ride on the same bus, been forced to work on cotton farms and barred from schools . . . homosexuals have no right to define their "struggle" as a civil rights movement.
Gay relationships depend on the society and heterosexual unions to survive. Why do they feel they MUST co-opt the term "marriage" by force? Is democracy no longer the wish of the majority?
The idea that the courts can be used to deny the will of the people by the stroke of a pen is frightening. It is a slippery slope that can only get worse. If indeed homosexuals argue a right to recognised, will they also agree that cousins can now marry each other and polygamous relationships should now become legal?
Many gay rights activists have a lot of apologies to make to Warren Jeffs.