July 6, 2010

All About Traditional Marriage...

14 comments:

Midwestern Mama Holly said...

Let's start a new tradition.

Jabacue said...

Kinda loses it's meaning, I'd say.

Ray's Cowboy said...

Where did you find this. I love it. Hopefully one day people will see that it is better if we all had the same things.
Ray

vanita said...

I agree with Ray. People are people, why must the color of our skin or our genders or sexual preferences or bank accounts dictate what rights we have? Why is it the government's right to tell me who I can't marry. such BS.

Anonymous said...

Being against gay marriage is being against civil rights. Having the right to get married and then hating the person you're with, but then feeling compelled to stay with them because of a piece of paper and vows is something we should all have the right to do :-)

Seriously, why anyone would be against gay marriage is shocking. I don't understand what it takes away from marriage. It really just makes no sense that's it's even an argument.

Nice post.

vanita said...

p.s. I have been enjoying reading your blog so I gave you an award today.
Here it is:
http://afterbedtimeblog.blogspot.com/2010/07/award-winner-here.html

The Invisible Seductress said...

Love is love and we all should pray to find it and have the right to acknowledge it.

Brahm (alfred lives here) said...

I love this one. Actually not sure where I found it; was months agon, and I saved it on my computer meaning to post it and forgot. They say memory is the first thing to go..

This is the kind of thing that should go to the haters, the right wingers, Michael Steele, Gleen Beck, even Obama --- times change and rights change as people evolve.

Brahm (alfred lives here) said...

Wow. Thanks Vanita, heading over right now to check it out!

Linda Medrano said...

My Navajo husband and I couldn't have even been married not that many years ago. In fact, Native Americans weren't even considered citizens! How is that for irony?

Jason, as himself said...

This is a very eye opening way of putting it!

Daij said...

We've come a long way, and we've still got a ways to go. But we'll get there. I never thought I'd see a black man as President of the U.S. , so I'm hopeful that gay marriage will occur here in the U.S. in my lifetime as well.

BugginWord said...

A small step forward in Massachusetts this week!

Rusty Hoe said...

Brilliant sign. May have to repost it if that's okay?

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