Democratic lawmakers in Colorado are pushing their state off a âmoral cliffâ with a civil union bill that puts the state on record as opposing religious liberty, according to critics.
The proposal is an attempt to maneuver around the state constitution, which defines marriage as a relationship between one man and one woman, the critics charge.
âWe just hurled the state of Colorado over a moral cliff. This is a major step toward seriously eroding the practice and the concept of marriage in Colorado and the family,â said state Sen. Kevin Lundberg, one of the two Republicans on the Judiciary Committee who voted against the bill.
Lundberg said the bill proposed this year is âeven more striking than last year in that they refused an amendment I put up that would exempt private child placement agencies from being impacted by this law.â...
Queer marriages are never good, something that even non-Christians recognize -- The Secular Case Against Gay Marriage. Of course politicians should never talk about morality, a subject totally foreign to them, not matter what party they are affiliated with.