Wednesday, October 13, 2010 4:01:10 AM
@Wizard - I agree - in general. People really should realise that they do not own the monopoly on the truth (this applies for EVERYONE, religious, atheist, leftist, rightist, every nationality and colour) and that there are STILL far too many things in the world which are subjective, and CAN'T be precisely defined to a single truth.
That said, there is virtue in restraint, and if I say something, and someone takes offence, I will apologise for offending them, but not for my thoughts. Sometimes silence is the way to go.
@almightybob - "the biased nature of people`s (read: liberal`s) sources" What the Hell is up with USAmerica atm? Why must you be so damn polarised about everything bloody thing?! Don`t answer that, actually.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010 9:04:55 AM
You know what though? Screw em. I mean so what if some group doesn't like gay marriage or thinks being gay is wrong and says so. Why apologize for that? So what if some group offends religious groups because they think all people who think there is a God are just stupid. Why should anyone need to apologize to anyone for something they said they do or do not agree with. Or saying that they do or do not think something is right or wrong? Seriously, who cares if someone gets their stupid feelings hurt?
F**k people and their worthles feelings. What makes anyone think their feeling matter?!?!
Tuesday, October 12, 2010 4:09:43 AM
So far the divorce rate of gays is abysmal, The first women to get married in Massachusetts divorced within months
There could be a large number of factors influencing that, possibly the condemnation of the religious folk?
Manualdirveag, you actually make me feel a little sick. You spew idiocy as if it was fact. Back in history Gays weren't hated, look at the greeks. Who are you to say what is natural or unnatural, yeah two gays in the animal kingdom can`t procreate, that doesn`t make them non existant...
Monday, October 11, 2010 9:40:44 PM
i would like to note that these are hasidic rabbis. most reform, conservative, and many modern orthodox synagogues openly accept gay members. so don't think that this represents the jewish community as a whole.