Gays in the Military: Allowed to Die but not to Marry

Its encouraging that 75% of Americans reject McCain’s dangerous stand against Homosexuals serving in the military.  Temper that with the knowledge that the majority of Americans oppose Gay Marriage.

Allowed to die for your country, but not marry the one you love.  A large chunk of my fellow Americans have the polar opposite of “make love not war” shoved ironically up their collective asses.

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One Response

  1. Don’t know if I’m “typical” or not but I tend to believe that marriage is something shared between a man and a woman. However, I also believe that gays should have the same legal rights and benefits as married couples.

    I guess it depends on how you define “marriage.” Is marriage a physical union between two people or a civil union? Figure that out and I think the rest will naturally follow.

    Hiram

    [Edit: Removed Spam, Allowed Comment. Further Spam = Into the Spam Bucket You Go]

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