I’m a long way from Oregon but this bugs me bad. Smokey over at Smoke Signals has a article about the Oregon senate passing a bill giving special rights to the homosexuals in that state.
The homosexual crowd thinks that if we legalize gay marriage that it will make us accept them. Because most of us tolerate them, not accept them. They want validation of their lifestyle from the public, because that will make them feel better about then choices they made. I had a cousin that died from the choices he made, and he told me that homosexuality is all about the promise of a moment until you got what you wanted, then the promise would be gone. But he never left that life until he died.
So, if you can wrap your head around all the pain that is involved in that. You should realize what longing is in the heart of homosexuals for acceptance. I don’t think that my cousin would have wanted to marry a partner. His parents had a bad relationship, and he had tried a heterosexual marriage (“To make the family happy” he said) and that was doomed from the start.
Now we have people who want to be normal by being married. They are going to find out 2 things I believe. First is people don’t want to be told what to accept. People are willing to put up with a lot, but don’t tell them what to accept. i have to point out what happened in Largo, FL when the commission had voted 5-2 to fire him, less than a week after the news broke that Stanton intended to have gender reassignment surgery. Can you see what would happen to the Oregon legislature as they push this?
Secondly, if it passed homosexuals would find that being married will not make you accepted…
or happy about yourself.
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