Friday, May 27, 2011

Number TWO. . . ..Use if Chapels?

PAT sent this along also. . . .



Gary Kelly said...

Me getting married to another man does nothing to diminish the love of any heterosexual couple's marriage. The act is anything but hostile and I don't see why some feel they need “protection” from it happening.

Yes, why would conventional society need "protection" from gay people or same-sex marriage? That is something I don't understand. What is it about gay people that threatens straight society? I can't think of a single damn thing.

I have no wish to marry anyone, male, female or whatever (is there a whatever?), but it certainly wouldn't bother me in the least if I lived next door to a same-sex couple.

In fact, I'm sure I'd prefer it to living next door to a couple of grumpy old retired army chaplains.

JustinO'Shea said...

I don't want to live next door to any retired military chaplains. . .who have become so wedded to the military way of life and are so "semper-fi" as to be unbearable. . . .and, privately I suspect they are repressed homosexuals: unhappy crabby grumps who realize thru their own stupidity they never reached a modicum of balance and self-acceptance. . . .so they take it out on everyone everywhere. yukossss