we ARE to judge actions that are unacceptable and drive it away from us.
this I agree with. However, the only unacceptable actions I can judge, and therefore drive away are my own. Oh, but if I COULD deal with problems outside of me, I most certainly would. But I can only keep my side of the street clean, not yours.
posted on 07/12/2003 3:21:39 PM PDT
So I take it you don't mind if next year's "pride in perversion" parade marches in front of your house watched by your kids and/or grandkids. I guess you don't mind if acceptability of homosexuality is pushed on school children under the guise of tolerance. I guess that means you don't mind if the Bible read from the pulpit in your church is revised so that homosexuality is no longer a sin. I guess it's okay with you that the courts protect their "right" to be in YOUR face but doesn't protect your right to tell them what you think of their "lifestyle." Maybe you're not disturbed by some cross-dressing faggot working alongside you and getting special concessions made that provide for his sham "marriage." Maybe you have no problem with these people targeting your children as an outlet for the predatory instincts of some of them under the guise of free speech. Maybe it is perfectly acceptable to you that they make a mockery of love and marriage and tradition and Christianity and family and morality. Those things are NOT okay with me, and I think they are not okay with the majority of Americans. You're entitled to your opinion, but I am entitled to think you're dead wrong.
posted on 07/12/2003 3:36:14 PM PDT
("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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