"How does denying basic human rights to others ensure the protection of your own?--Editor"
I think he meant to ask "How does denying basic human rights (the right to life) to the unborn ensure the protection of your own (right to life)?" Reditor.
If you are so interested in ensuring the rights of others, why do you turn your back on the most innocent among us when it comes to their basic right to simply live life?
On the subject of homosexual marriage, gay marriage or same-sex marriage and/or civil unions.
My question for soonerthought... when did marriage become a right?
We all have to meet certain criteria before legally getting married. Being one man and one woman is the key element of the criteria for marriage by a couple.
I thought our rights were "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of HAPPINESS"...
"Life is only a Choice, Spread the wealth and Marriage".
Is soonerthought saying that one MUST be married to be happy?
Or is he saying that any relationship other than marriage is invalid or less meaningful?
Is he saying that gay means happy and that we all have the right to a happy marriage?
Is he claiming that marriage is a right under any and all circumstances?
Why aren't civil unions okay when they will provide all the "benefits" as traditional marriage?
Why must you tear down something someone else has in order to get something for yourself that you could have anyway?
Just wondering.... while we are on deep thoughts.