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Stuart Carlson

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  1. Darsan54

    Darsan54 said, about 6 hours ago

    Tradition as they sing in “Fiddler”, so let’s go back to oppressing the gays and others because that’s OUR idea of religious freedom.

  2. Kylop

    Kylop said, about 3 hours ago

    On this one I think the fanatically intolerant are a declining population. Those who are fanatics will keep pushing for the 18th century to be what we all aspire to. But their numbers are shrinking.

  3. cdward

    cdward said, about 2 hours ago

    I just wish the symbols of my faith were not associated with these hateful people. Yes, I know she cites her faith as a reason for not issuing marriage licenses to gays, but many many Christians have also worked very hard to gain those very rights for others. From our standpoint, it is not her Christianity that gives her this bias. It is her bias which she and her teachers have used to twist the faith into something perverse and abusive.

  4. jonesb

    jonesb said, 41 minutes ago

    I’m an agnostic but was raised as a christian and went to a strict christian school. The bible doesn’t mince words about it, homosexuality is “an abomination”. That said, I don’t think it’s any of the government’s business who marries who, it should be up to the church but also no one should be required to do business with someone they consider an abomination. This is supposed to be a free country and the only entity required to do business with everyone is government and businesses that ask for government subsidies.

  5. NeedaChuckle

    NeedaChuckle said, 25 minutes ago

    @Kylop

    Yeah, but they are leaving kids behind who are just as intolerant.

  6. NeedaChuckle

    NeedaChuckle said, 23 minutes ago

    @cdward

    My friend, a conservative, hates the Pope so he switched religions to Episcopalian. Now they allow gay marriage cause they are real Christians, like you. I haven’t brought the subject up with him yet, LOL!

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