Monday, June 08, 2009

After homosexuality - The New Frontier of Polygamy

The slippery slope argument on the issue of allowing the homosexual activists to redefine marriage and redefine "bigotry" and "hatred" seems to be proving itself true. In New Hampshire, after deciding to allow for "homosexual marriage" — an oxymoron if there was one, a polygamy advocacy group now utilizes the same argument the homosexual activists have been using to further their cause. According to WND:

A polygamy advocacy organization says the New Hampshire law that is intended to assure "equal access to marriage" for all instead specifically embeds in state statutes bigotry against polygamists.

According to a statement posted on the Pro-Polygamy website, when on Wednesday New Hampshire "became the sixth U.S. State to codify the legal construction of same sex marriage," it was hailed by homosexuals as a "civil rights victory."

"Declaring that the new law advances fairness and equality for all, they proclaimed that New Hampshire had supposedly 'ended discrimination' for everyone," the statement said.

"But the law did no such thing. Rather, it intentionally 'discriminates' against consenting adult polygamists – indeed, on purpose," the organization said.


"However, the new law then took the matter further, with intentional 'discrimination.' The new [law] now ends with a newly added anti-polygamy provision," the group said, citing the new statement: "No person shall be allowed to be married to more than one person at any given time."

"Same sex marriage supporters had intentionally changed the combined anti-incest and anti-gay-marriage ban into a combined anti-incest and anti-polygamy ban instead. They intentionally re-directed the law to purposely 'discriminate' against consenting adult polygamists - the clearly known bigotry of equating consenting adult polygamy with the biological dysfunction of incest," the group said.


"In truth, therefore, New Hampshire's new gay marriage law does not end 'discrimination' at all. It absolutely does not provide 'equal access to marriage' for all. Rather, New Hampshire's new same sex marriage law intentionally 'discriminates' against consenting adult polygamists," the report said.


BEAST FCD said...

If you did remember the post I sent you about marriages.......there are all kinds of marriages that are actually valid, and that includes polygamy marriages. This isn't something new or conjured up from some magician's box.

Like I told you, there really never was "one mode of marriage"; just civil unions taking place with or without the approval of the state in question.

Beast FCD

PuritanReformed said...

So I guess you agree with the pro-polygamy website that homosexuals are passing a bigoted marriage law in New Hampshire?

BEAST FCD said...

I for one disagree with marriage totally. For me, if you wish to get married, and the other party has no issues, then that is that really. Marriage is simply nothing more than a legal piece of document, such as, say, a employer-employee contract.

Beast FCD