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To: DecentAmerican

So I understand your point. You are saying that we should accept a perversion of morality and natural order as a normal lifestyle choice based on the deviant exceptions of the normal rule and the seemingly normal exceptions of the deviant rule?


22 posted on 06/28/2009 10:29:21 AM PDT by Jagdgewehr
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To: Jagdgewehr

“So I understand your point. You are saying that we should accept a perversion of morality and natural order as a normal lifestyle choice based on the deviant exceptions of the normal rule and the seemingly normal exceptions of the deviant rule?”

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So.....that STRAIGHT father who bit out and ate his little son’s eyeball..... that is not considered a “perversion of morality” or “deviant” to you..... and does that man have any right being a father, and would that child not be better off being raised by a gay couple, who are responsible, loving, working full time?

What I am saying is.... you can’t possibly say that every heterosexual couple is not deviant or perverted as well, and in some cases, more so. Just because you are straight, doesn’t mean that you are moral.

the question is....what is best for children.... a moral gay couple, or an immoral straight couple? And don’t try to say that “moral gay couple” is an oxymoron..... there are lots of good gay people out there.


31 posted on 06/28/2009 10:56:21 AM PDT by DecentAmerican
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To: Jagdgewehr; DecentAmerican
So I understand your point. You are saying that we should accept a perversion of morality and natural order as a normal lifestyle choice based on the deviant exceptions of the normal rule and the seemingly normal exceptions of the deviant rule?

I think the point DecentAmerican was trying to make (please, correct me if I am wrong) is that, percentages aside, there are straight people who make wonderful parents, straight people who have no business raising children, gay people who have no business raising children, and gay people who might make wonderful parents. Since the point is to ensure that children who need homes get loving and supportive homes, shouldn't we be making these decisions on an individualized, case-by-case basis, determining whether a given prospective adoptive parent would make a good parent, regardless of whether that person is gay or straight?

38 posted on 06/28/2009 12:59:22 PM PDT by Conscience of a Conservative
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