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Saturday, November 8, 2008

What justifies a marriage?

I was floored by proposition 8 in California banning gay marriages.
Now being a person who has many friends and a cousin who is gay, I am totally wiped out and angered by this one.

What justifies a marriage? Forget the traditional man and woman, marrying within your religion and culture...WAKE UP people! This is a new world, a new millennium and there is no more right or wrong or for that matter the right morals. Take a look at what the Catholic Priests are doing and tell me there are morals.

Years ago children were raised to be bigoted, prejudice and plain bullies. Today our society is made of of a "yellow" race...we are no longer black or white, why? because we don't see color anymore we see people.

So what gives society a right as a whole to decide who marries whom? Why is it such a major issue to prevent same sex marriage when people are marrying outside their culture and religion? Who are these people to judge?

Judge yourselves...take a good look at yourselves, your bigoted, racist selves. Maybe you should be throwing the book at yourselves. It doesn't matter who you are, what race you are what religion you are whether you are a man or woman. If you are in love you are entitled to happiness.

Get over the old ways and get back into reality. Gay marriages are here and they are here to stay, it doesn't matter what your sexual preference is, if you are happy go for it!

To all my gay friends and family...wear your hats proudly and be happy...snub those who snub you...better yet pity them, because they are not you!




AJ Llewellyn said...

Hi AP,
Thanks so much for posting this. It's been a rough few days for all of us who wanted to see Prop 8 overturned. I have no idea what is going on, the hate being poured on people - and innocent animals right now. I believe in equality for all and I hope this bill is revived and that marriage for all will soon be the law of the land.
Great blog, hon.

AP Miller said...

You're welcome AJ,

As I said..I won't stand for people who critisize others when they should be looking at themselves...And take a look at the Catholic Priests who have turned to pedofilia and have been for many years! Now they make same sex marriages an issue rather then punish a priest who has sworn his soul to God and the church?? Oh kill me now, because as long as these bigoted racist people exist
they will always create problems for the rest of the soicety...I say get a life and pull your old fart heads out of the sand. Long gone are the 1940's through the 1970's where people were raised to hate...We have come a long way..after all we did put a black man in the white house! Maybe Obama will change this..have faith in the man...and hang in there AJ.

Lynn Crain said...

I have to agree. It's time that we put the old ways aside and embrace the new.

And the best place to start is by looking at the one looking from the mirror. Charity starts at home and all our children need to be taught this from a very early age.


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