Wednesday, September 04, 2013

Anger as Pennsylvania state lawyers liken homosexuals to children

In fact they just used children as another example where marriage would be illegal in the State

Gay marriage advocates expressed outrage on Thursday over a court document filed by lawyers for the state of Pennsylvania that likens same-sex marriage to a partnership between 12-year-olds.

Lawyers for the Pennsylvania Department of Health included the statement in their lawsuit against a county clerk who has been issuing marriage licenses to gay couples despite a state ban on same-sex nuptials.

'Had the Clerk issued marriage licenses to twelve-year-olds in violation of state law, would anyone seriously contend that each twelve-year-old has a legally enforceable "interest" in his "license" and is entitled to a hearing on the validity of his 'license,' else his due process rights be violated?' the state lawyers wrote.



Anonymous said...

This is how gays push their agenda down the throats of the public, whether that public agrees with them or not. The gay who issued those fraudulent licenses should be sent to prison and all "marriages" that resulted from them voided.

Gays are an insidious virus, constantly seeking to spread their vile ways on the public by any means. They should be treated as any other vermin.

Anonymous said...

Isn't 1:38 also seeking to spread his ways or views, which certainly have a vile and intolerant tone to say the least! Otherwise it sounds like his argumentation is hypocritical. Isn't he equally free to promote his own views on equal terms either individually or through organizations and has constitutional backing to do so (so long as he isn't so insulting as to call other people such terms as "vermin" as he does here).

Anonymous said...

3:01: If gays can call those who oppose them all kinds of vial things, why are we not allowed to return the favor?

Anonymous said...

Voicing an opinion is one thing; actively violating law to promote your opinion is another.

Anonymous said...

4:21 evidently believes in the Old Testament maxim along the lines of - "an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth". But better morality says "two wrongs don't make a right"!
(I suppose 4:21 was attempting to spell "vile" rather than suggesting that Gays oppose people with all kinds of glassy things - ??)