Wrong Side of History? (The Death of DOMA)


She was raised by two mothers, so what she speaks carries incredible credibility. We love homosexuals, but they are sinners just like the rest of us.

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The High Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) today.  The decision was celebrated by tweets and bloggers who are again announcing that those who support natural marriage are on the “wrong side of history.”  Public opinion on the issue of gay marriage is changing, no doubt aided by the overwhelming media bias. Unless some drastic awakening occurs in our country, gay marriage will likely be the law of the land within a decade or two. So, am I on the “wrong side of history”?  If the purpose of marriage is to fulfill the desire of adults, then I most assuredly am.  But, if there is a purpose to marriage DOMAoutside of what the individual adults want, then best not bend to the un-American identity politics of our day and stand for right, however unpopular.

Two (or three or four for that matter) individuals may share love, finances…

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3 responses to “Wrong Side of History? (The Death of DOMA)

  1. Thank you for re-blogging, friend!

  2. We can start by calling it what it is: homosexual unions, because it is not marriage and there’s nothing gay about it.

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