The point is that YOU don't have to observe anything. As a heterosexual you were not the target class. Don't worry about it. Tomorrow you can wake up and your life will be completely unchanged. Of course now the gay couple down the street doesn't have to worry about the state busting down their door to see what kind of sex their having. That's not what you're worried about, is it, really?
The state you're worried about was the legislation passed by the representatives of the citizen's majority here in the state of Texas, not some federal executive agency. Our right to self-rule includes the right to prohibit immoral sexual behavior.
I'm not the least bit interested in busting someone's door down to inspect their genitals. I simply prefer, in common sense fashion, sexual deviants to feel the pressure of a just society and live their lives with one eye over their shoulder, watching their backs and concerned with the consequences.
Instead of my children, that is.
You can prohibit immoral behavior, but you cannot violate the 14th Amendment . . . or are you of the opinion that The Constitution protects everyone except homosexuals? The Texas law targets a class of people for discrimination and is a violation of equal protection. As a South Carolinian, I am very much interested in that and am glad that the same archaic laws are being struck down in my state by this ruling.
posted on 06/29/2003 6:12:18 PM PDT
Again, you've called homosexuals deviants, yet failed to respond to my argument suggesting that they're not. At least try and back up your point.
Homosexuality is no more immoral than heterosexuality.
posted on 07/01/2003 5:27:31 AM PDT
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