29th March, 2014 – a day of ignominy

This Saturday, some homosexuals are planning to “marry,” and, foolish, cowardly Registrars are going along with the “let’s pretend we’re getting married” game.

Think of the absurdity of it all.

Registrars who participate in this madness will actually say the words, “I now pronounce you Husband and Husband” or “Wife and Wife.”

Those of us who oppose homosexual marriage will soon find ourselves viewed as enemies of the State and, eventually, hounded to prison (or worse.)

Nevertheless, our opposition is steadfast and unyielding, based, as it is, on the Word of God.

Here we stand, we can do no other, God helping us.

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/mar/21/gay-couples-gay-marriage-wedding-day-29-march

3 thoughts on “29th March, 2014 – a day of ignominy

  1. Susan,

    As I have said previously, welcome to 2014. The days of equality are coming! I wish all the guys and girls well for Saturday.

    Also, thanks for providing the link to the Guardian article. I am saddened by their sloppy reporting, in particular their inaccurate subtitle. “Historic ceremonies scheduled for 29 March herald new era of equality for gay couples across UK”. Sadly some parts of the UK (NI) are less equal than others, but our day will come…..

  2. “Those of us who oppose homosexual marriage will soon find ourselves viewed as enemies of the State and, eventually, hounded to prison (or worse.)”

    Deranged nonsense from a sanctimonious windbag.

    As someone else said (on the BBC)

    “Someone else gets the freedom to do something you are not required to do — a very odd description of “persecution”.”

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