Monday, July 21, 2008

Founders' Daily Quote: 21 July 2008

"Harmony in the married state is the very first object to be aimed at."

--Thomas Jefferson (letter to Mary Jefferson Eppes, 7 January 1798)

It sort of makes me wonder, had they considered homosexuality and the possibility of the same sex wanting to marry one another? It would appear that they did, because there were laws on the books of EVERY state in the union against homosexual behaviour. How can they be against the behaviour, but not against the so-called farse of a marriage?

It has oft been said by most that marriage is the cornerstone of society. Are we to now accept that just anyone can 'marry' just anyone for any reason? Why not have 3 people marry? Why not 4? Where do draw the line, if we are able to draw a line at all?

OF COURSE THEY WERE AGAINST HOMOSEXUALITY, as am I. You don't like it? Tough. I'm not here to wipe your rear-end. I'm here to speak the Truth and to speak my mind. That I shall do without fear of you or anyone else. God save this nation.

PS. I am also against adultry, stealing, coveting, murder, gossip, and lieing. That covers the 10 Commandments plus gossiping. Is it against the to gossip? No. Is it wrong to gossip? YES. So you see, I am an equal opportunist. ;)

Cross-posted @ Rosemary's News and Ideas.

May you walk with the LORD always, and when you cannot take another step, may He carry you the rest of the way until you can walk along side Him again.

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