Some Things That Are True

There are some things that are true. Two plus two is four every single time.

There are some things that are debatable. I think so called “gay marriage” is one of those.

But according to the other national organization, I’m wrong. It “supports civil marriage for same-gender couples.” And then gives several pages of rationale for this decision.

This “discovery” was published just recently (March 21) and just prior to the scheduled Supreme Court hearing on this matter.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette quoted Ellen Perrin, a spokesperson as saying “It is pure coincidence, she added, that the academy’s position comes just days before the Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear oral arguments on two cases that challenge state and federal definitions of marriage as exclusively between a man and a woman.”

If you believe this is a pure coincidence, I’d like to talk to you about buying a bridge for sale in Brooklyn.

One Response to “Some Things That Are True”

  1. Dr. Randy July 17, 2013 at 11:18 am #

    Actually, I think that gay marriage is not truly debatable. Abraham Lincoln once asked someone, “How many legs does a dog have, if you call the tail a leg?” When someone answered “five.” Lincoln said – “nope – only 4. Calling a tall a leg does not make it a leg.” Marriage by definition is a contract between a man a woman and God that the husband and wife will be faithful to each other. Calling homosexual relationships marriage will not make it a marriage no matter what the law says.

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