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Why didn’t this movement start

Why didn’t this movement start

oh, say, 29 years ago?

I might have marched with you.

Another one from Kathy, taken in Harrisonburg, VA:


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Stupid advertises to proclaim his intelligence.

Soooooo……am I to believe the only people who don’t subscribe to gay marriage are Republican?

How provincial of this person.


Juba Doobai! | May 12, 2012 at 9:23 am

Wwhy is it so hard for some to understand marriage is sacred? It’s not about civil rights. If it were, I might be tempted to sue because someone owes me a husband. The sanction for marriage is divine, and it doesn’t matter how people warp marriage. It is a covenant between a man and woman that is reflective of the covenant between God and man., and it basically says God is always faithful.

Someday I want a bumper sticker that reads Progressive Politics Is Not A License To Hate.

But I suppose that would mean my car would be destroyed. In the name of Tolerance, of course.

Professor, did you let Mrs. Jacobson ‘ghost write’ this post or did she slap you after you posted it?

Inquiring minds want to know 🙂

radiofreeca | May 12, 2012 at 12:16 pm

Something I don’t get: “Progressives” (who are hostile to the bad, old ways of doing things) – why are they demanding that more people have the right to marriage, which is probably the oldest social structure out there, after actually having children? It’d be like the Democratic Party supporting Slavery (oh, wait – I forgot – they’d rather “fight than switch” and they did for four years).

LukeHandCool | May 12, 2012 at 1:13 pm

This morning I’d like to tape a little homemade bumper sticker to my wife’s car that says, “Ban International Marriage.”

Some days she is just impossible.