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Should gay couples be allowed to marry?

No
22%
Yes
78%
Comments

David Walden Says:

Mon, Apr 18 2011 11:57 PM

Absolutely NOT!!! Legalizing, promoting gay marriage does nothing to promote sound family values for starters and secondly (most importantly) its counter to rearing children. Research (human history) is crystal clear on this subject; Children have the highest degree of success when raised in a loving family setting by both a Mother and Father.


Chuck Says:

Thu, Oct 21 2010 09:19 AM

I agree with Sonny;"Legal protections have nothing to do with scripture." But dont force the idea that it's normal.. Gay Marriage is Human Genocide to the population of The Natural Order of the World.


sonny Says:

Wed, Aug 11 2010 12:15 AM

Legal protections have nothing to do with scripture.


sonny Says:

Wed, Aug 11 2010 12:15 AM

Legal protections have nothing to do with scripture.


sonny Says:

Wed, Aug 11 2010 12:14 AM

Legal protections have nothing to do with scripture.


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