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To: Conservativism

It is not a question as to whether we “like them” or whether we’re the “thought police.” That’s a nonsensical argument, based on emotion and accusation about motives that you can’t possibly know.

There were no “thought police” involved when the mayors and city clerks all over the US decided to break the law back in 2004.

The people who want to change the laws - or just go around the laws by flaunting them and by litigation - are the ones who started all this, deciding to change established law.

They do not want to “live and let live.” The government can’t legitimately change the definition of marriage - and yet, the GLBTT demands it.


17 posted on 12/13/2009 9:47:02 AM PST by hocndoc (http://www.LifeEthics.org (I've got a mustard seed and I'm not afraid to use it.))
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To: hocndoc

I don’t want the government to take a stance on this type of private behavior. That, to me, move towards thought policing. If you disagree, you’re certainly welcome and able to do that.


21 posted on 12/13/2009 10:01:20 AM PST by Conservativism
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