I haven’t a clue what you are trying to say with your
comments regarding perspective. Are you suggesting that gays should just be
happy they can openly be together without being stoned, imprisoned or otherwise
ostracized? That they shouldn’t worry their gay little heads about such things
as medical benefits, retirement accounts, tax incentives, having and adopting
children and all of the other economic and social benefits awarded married couples by our society and the US
government, including societal acceptance? Or simply shuffle along happily that
we now ‘tolerate’ them????
Or are you suggesting that SCOTUS over-reacted when they
made gay marriage legal? That the governor of KY is over-reacting when he
reminds the clerk that she is violating an oath? When a Constitutional expert
suggests that the clerk has 2 options – quit or go to jail? That I shouldn’t
have posted this follow-up to one of the most hotly debated topics of our time?
Just what is it that makes you think that perspective is
needed? That hate-spewing x-tians and politicos cause immeasurable harm should
be ignored, honored?? Their hatred isn’t simply an opinion or a difference – it has caused the oppression of a large segment of our society and
directly or indirectly led to young gays committing suicide and assaults and
murders of gays, lesbians, and transgender people by those infected by the hate
I don’t know who Stonewell
and other gay rights organizations are; I’ve never heard of them. Even if they
are committed to ending discrimination against gays, why does that seem to
offend you? The X-tians, African Americans, Jews, Environmentalists, Women and
the Gay Asian Hitler Youth Cathlolic nuns all have their own advocacy groups.
Why does the gay advocacy group bother you so?
You are capable of
making some very good comments; this isn’t one of them. It ranks as one of the worst
by any member. I’m embarrassed for you.