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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Doesn't personal rights count anymore?

I don't understand this issue, as Christians, we have personal beliefs, some contradict the imposition of state laws but we try to get along with everyone without causing malice.
The homosexual issue is a difficult one, for Christians and those who believe in natural laws.
Doesn't those who have different views have the right to have their beliefs respected?
It is fact that the gay lifestyle contradicts beliefs of many religions, so why do they have the right to "impose" their will and others do not have the right to politely refuse.
As long as it is done with class and respect, everyone should find a decent way to live together...
But not according to some in the gay community and governments, it is either you accept our way of looking at things otherwise you will be punished, this does not seem to be freedom to me and so many others.

Personally, I have nothing against gays if they respect others who have different views, but seem lately, we must accept their lifestyle and they do not have to accept ours...
When a group "imposes" their will on others, they create dissention, and even hatred, teaching the gay lifestyle to kindergarten and grade one kids, smell of indoctrination to some, and the worse thing any group can do is to use kids to advance their views...History shows this usually ends up badly.

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