NRB: Anti-Gay Meanies Refuse to Step Aside for Marriage Redefinition

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Hey! It’s “official.” I’m now contributing, in my own small way, to David Horowitz’s NewsReal Blog. I uploaded my first article last Friday and it was published early Saturday morning.

When I make a new post there, I’ll post an excerpt here, so you can easily click through and read the post on NRB.

Here’s my first:

(Read this entire post at NewsReal Blog:)

Anti-Gay Meanies Refuse to Step Aside for Marriage Redefinition

In a stunning refusal to accept the obvious moral superiority of the leftist gay agenda, the State of California had the audacity to show up in court recently, in defense of Proposition 8.

Closing arguments in the case of Perry v. Rampant Bigoted Homophobes Schwarzenegger were heard this week in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.

The case wrapped up on Wednesday, June 16th, once again bringing the controversial gay marriage issue to the forefront of the news and rallying the media into a froth.

In an article by Dante Atkins, radical blog Daily Kos, implied a hidden motive behind the state’s defense in this particular case.

The angle they chose was that of procreation–after all, “it’ll send the signal that it’s okay for your kids to be gay!” is not a valid legal argument. (Source: Daily Kos)

Because, of course, that’s what is really behind any opposition to gay marriage: an absolute intolerance and irrational fear of homosexuality. Won’t somebody think of the children?

Proposition 8, which amends the state’s constitution to define marriage as between one man and one woman, was passed into law in 2008 by a little something I like to call “the will of the people.” That is to say, a majority of voters supported it. Voters in that wildly conservative state of California, I mean.

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