as a person who follows the Bible, to take away rights to a selected few? Does the Bible speak of fairness to all and equality and not signaling out? Why would anyone want to impose on others something they would not want for themselves?
My question is meant to offend anyone, just curious how someone can justify not giving everyone their due rights in general, because of religious believes.
Do unto others as you would like others to do unto you, what happened to this?
What I find is that the pro-gay marriage people are just as judgemental
No one cares if they or you or anyone else is judgmental, We SHOULD care if rights are being infringed upon. Poeple have every right to dislike and judge and teach their kids to not be like whom ever they choose.
It crosses the line when we start dictating LAWS based on that
Answer by sweet-a-kins at 10:12 AM on Nov. 12, 2010
The opinion of the majority should not trump others' rights. Civil rights are protected for everyone and should never be up for "vote." This has nothing to do with religion, IMO. Religion should not trump civil rights. Have your faith, beliefs and opinions, just do not use those personal elements to manipulate others' rights-
Answer by Sisteract at 10:18 AM on Nov. 12, 2010
Prop 8 was a prime example of why Democracy isn't conducive to freedom. It should have never been an issue that people get to vote on.
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