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She is correct, of course, it's not a fair characterisation of the debate. Disagreeing with gay marriage does not make one a homophobe. I think perhaps the leaders of their education system need to understand what a homophobe actually is. I have never seen a homophobe, and am beginning to think that it is simply not possible for a homophobe to exist. I mean really....who would actually be afraid of a fairy?
Is there a connection between beautiful New England and entire American cities turned into smoking rubble? There is. Take same-sex marriage. I would have guessed that a "sin" city (San Francisco? Las Vegas?) would have been the first to legalize it. Oddly it's been the place where America started that's wanted to be the first place to help bring about the end of America and its values! It's been a Nor'easter of Perversion (helping to fulfill the end time "days of Lot" predicted in Luke 17) that began in (you guessed it) Boston in 2004. New England has gone from the Mayflower Compact to the Gay Power Impact, from Providence to decadence, from Bible thumpers to God dumpers, from university to diversity to perversity, and from the land of the Great Awakening to God's Future Shakening that will make the Boston bombings look like Walden Pond ripples by comparison! The same Nor'easter has been spreading south and as far west as Washington State where, after swelling up with pride, Mt. Rainier may wish to celebrate shame-sex marriage by having a blast that Seaddlepated folks can share in lava-land! The same Luke 17 prediction is tied to the Book of Revelation which spe
God bless Lord Dear for advocating on behalf of this woman, and bringing to the attention of his colleagues in the House of Lords this blatant example of religious intolerance toward Christians because of their beliefs.
Boy, oh boy. At the rate we are going, I'm beginning to wonder how long it will be before biblical Christianity is consider to be anarchist and outlawed by force. I think it's interesting that most of those writing the laws, enforcing the laws, and turning their neighbors in, go to church every Saturday or Sunday.