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Becky Katz says
What's really important, though, is we have to define what "irrational" is. Other nations who embraced this type of thing soon fell because of the collapse of their moral structure. 'm fearful that we might repeat their mistakes. Am I irrational?
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R. Fritz says
Perhaps you should include footnotes with this answer. ;)
Attikos: "Cute" submittal... but sufficiently transparent so that anyone can see that you are trying to be "cute"....and that really doesn't advance the discussion, does it?????
Actually, ackman, there's a good deal to the line of reasoning, if you can get past my cute figure, and your presuppositions.
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I totally disagree with you on this. Most do not care if people are even in a relationship. They just believe that same sex marriage is wrong. I believe that it is wrong. I have gay friends and most of them believe that it is wrong.
I agree. But I see, too often, the word "homophobic" thrown into an argument simply because someone views marriage differently than others. I was curious what others thought.
I don't think someone is homophobic based only on their view of marriage. I am asking this question because of something I read.
I didn't think you thought that-lol, I like to think that sometimes all questions are general. Usually based on things we see, hear--or are influenced by. But I really think this is a yes and a no.
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