Wednesday, October 29
Joining the No on 8 Blogswarm
First, I want to know, if Governor Palin decries government becoming "the other half of our family" (see last night's Countdown Campaign Comment), why she'd rather the government decide who can get married and who can't?
If I as a straight woman can be in a "relationship" and decide to get married or not to get married, why can't everybody decide one way or the other, without goverment interference?
I love Figleaf: Marriage isn't for everybody (certainly not at every stage of their lives, poor Bristol Palin) but marriage is "for everybody." And should be.
More on the write to marry day blogswarm at Mombian.
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I thought the same thing when I heard her say that.ReplyDelete
Stay out of my womb and my room Sarah and others.
Let people marry!
it is that simple.
They are caricatures of themselves these days. "Small" Government, "more" privacy, "less" intrusiveness..... Hitler could have opened a synagogue and not been as contradictory.ReplyDelete
My post is up... Good turnout for this one, so far.ReplyDelete
Who was it who said that marriage is a sacred bond that should only be forced on teenagers who are dealing with an unintended pregnancy? Oi.ReplyDelete