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By JGillman, Section News
Before all the equal-sign folks get their panties and other leather encumbrances in a squish, perhaps they should pay attention.
It ain't over yet. But close. They've almost won.
Homosexuality is still a perversion on nature, goes against God's will, leads to other moral decay, causes more disease than even the sin of simple adultery alone. BUT it is not going to be a part of any holy matrimony in Michigan anytime soon. According to recent polling, Michigan's appropriate Marriage Protection Covenant is still strong:
Among the 600 likely voters polled statewide July 23-24, 51 percent opposed having same-sex marriage brought up for a vote, while 42 percent supported such a move, with 7 percent undecided . The poll had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4 percentage points, with 10 percent of those surveyed reached on cell phones.Dashing the hopes of those who wish to subvert the constitution and crush tradition.
Yes, the constitution.
Recall the particular part of which, so celebrated by the left, that it has been used by them to defile the visage of Christ, promote profanity in media, and generally secure the blessings of that other supernatural cat not so popular with today's truly righteous bunch. Indeed the toleration of abuse the 1st amendment has endured, is only by the right, and those who truly understand what freedoms truly are; that which comes from God alone.
Perhaps that is why they seek to separate us from our Father Who Art In heaven? In many ways, it has already started. For our tolerance of their right to corrosive speech, and behavior masked with freedom of speech, we are rewarded with chains:
Coming soon to an American court room near you.At some point shall we stop and ask those who 'demand' tolerance, for a road-map of what it is that they "want"?
How much will be enough? Your church is not enough. You cannot practice your faith without question any longer no matter how much you have been promised the ability to do so. Your traditions are not yours. The children are next, and there really is no end to what has been a quickening realignment of what is normal. the ..
Wait what? The children are OK?
Go below then.
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By JGillman, Section News
Relativity has become an art form. At what point in the development of our culture did we accept a city as fouled as Detroit as one that is even remotely civilized? From the Ivory tower in an article celebrating the decline of homicides:
There were an unofficial 308 homicides in the city last year, Detroit police announced Monday, a decline of more than 15% from the 364 in 2009. The city's highest homicide number was 714 deaths in 1974, the almanac said.
Never mind the fact any visitor would be still tripping over the bodies in what could be known as Baghdad West.
Cool.. safe to send the 8 year old out for a gallon of milk again. "Oh wait Honey, here are your galoshes, cause I wouldn't want you to catch cold.. oh and don't forget to put on the flak jacket and combat helmet!" And if you were actually raised in this state, or if you have been here for any length of time, somehow you can actually visualize it. And that is not strange. It seems to be 'par for the course.'
That seems to be the way everything is now. Politics are no different.
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