Thursday, October 30, 2008
It's just not as simple as people think - let them do what they want - because by redefining these things, others are discriminated against, especially religion. So, while you say you don't discriminate and that any form of discrimination is wrong, with this redefinition you are doing exactly that. The long-term implications are tremendous. Also, if you redefine marriage to include any combination, you must also open the gates to polygamy as well or even underage brides, because it's all about love. Marriage is more than that.
For some serious religious-based discussion by Janet Porter of Faith2action (not LDS) go here: http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=64769 (you can click on post title if you prefer).