A writer’s view on gay marriage
After listening to a local talk show host defend, protect, and accept gay policies and their civil rights, I have to react to this piece, since he doesn’t think immorality means anything.
I am writing this article for a very simple reason. I hope the readers will not be offended by my reasons.
First of all, I am very much against gay marriage and I don’t really like the fact that gays want all of these certain rights. Why should they have any special rights? Let’s say that I am happily married with say, two children ages four and five. We are happy and are enjoying life. Lo and behold, two gays or lesbians move in next to us and they have adopted children, which I think is also wrong.
One day one of my children ask me “Daddy, how come my friends don’t have a mommy or daddy,” whatever the case. I tell them they are adopted. They ask who their father or mother is. Do I tell them that they are pretending to be a mommy and daddy? If you can’t have your own children because you’re gay, doesn’t that tell you enough?
All I can say is; the gay community brought all of their problems upon themselves. Why should they have any special rights? Especially marriage, that is totally immoral.
Our country is upside down with problems that are more important than the gay community’s problems. Our government reps should put our country back together and let the population go back in hiding like before.
They will all burn in hell on judgment day because they are perverse. Our new pope also said the gay population is destroying God’s plans for creation.
The future of America is in the hands of our younger generation but most young people don’t care what is happening outside their own doors of home.
They are electronically addicted and brain dead to just about everything happening in America, and they care less about the gay class, and all of the immorality around them. God bless us all.