Should Same Sex Marriage Be Legalized?

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The “date which will live in infamy” just had a child! As of June 26, 2015, same-sex marriage was legalized in all 50 states of America by the Supreme Court from a ruling that barely passed by a 5-4 vote. Wait a minute. Back up. Do you mean to tell me that boys can marry boys now? That girls can marry girls? That it’s legal?! Wake up America! Do you even realize what you have done? You have given gay people the right to marry. To marry! Who in their right mind would give gay people that cherished right; or any kind of rights for that matter? Gay people are not like the rest of us; they do not deserve the freedoms that we normal people enjoy. Homosexuals are not human, and there is nothing conceivably human about what they do; they are …show more content…

“Whenever one violates the natural moral order established by God, one sins and offends God” (LGBT Community: Stop Gay Marriage). Same-sex marriage is a perfect example of this. So, it stands to reason that anyone who professes their love to God should be opposed to same-sex marriage. Furthermore, I have the perfect solution to rid our precious society of these vicious queers. We shall set ablaze every part of this great, green Earth in which these demons exist. Scorching-hot fire shall rain down upon every homosexual individual, and we shall watch as they burn; we shall watch as they are cleansed of their cursed impurities. We will deliver their punishment just as God unleashed his on the sinful cities that committed these heinous acts: “The Lord rained down sulphurous fire upon Sodom and Gomorrah. He overthrew those cities and the whole Plain, together with the inhabitants of the cities and the produce of the soil.” (Gen. 19:24-25)
Of course, there is a fairly simpler alternative to abolishing the gays’ rights; one that is not quite as gruesome. Recall, if you will, the earlier decades of the 20th century, where “homosexuality was illegal in the United States under state sodomy laws and being gay was considered a mental illness by the American Psychiatric Association” (History of Gay Rights).Times were so straightforward back then. If someone was deemed gay, they would immediately be thrown into a psychiatric hospital, never to be seen or heard from

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