Skip to comments.VIDEO: Kenneth Faried expresses support of gay civil unions
Posted on 01/27/2013 6:39:53 PM PST by ConservativeStatement
Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried has breached protocol for most professional athletes, taking a stand on an issue still controversial throughout the United States. Appearing in a video posted Friday, Faried introduced the world to his two moms, his birth mother and her partner, and proceeded to make the case for same-sex civil unions. One excerpt:
I support civil union because it gives
gays and lesbians the right to make decision on their own if they want to get married and let them choose who they want to be with. Even straight people have drama and stuff, but i really dont see drama with these two.
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Good for him.
Do any athletes support biblical marriage? Will they be lionized like these supporters of perversion and sodomy?
“and let them choose who they want to be with”
what if these degenerate pukes want to marry one of their own parent’s or an animal?
I know Tim Thomas, NHL player, supported Chick-fil-A:
Well, Kenneth Faried has spoken.... the gay marriage issue is now settled. What a relief!
I would definitely be on the other side of the locker room if I were on his team...
We have the crazy Nazis to the left who want to get into every boardroom....and we have the crazy Nazis to the right who want get into every bedroom..... We have a trillion dollar deficit every year and this is what the “intelligent” people in the Republican party waste their time worrying about?
Think there was any collateral damage in Sodom or Gomorrah?
If his mother wasn’t a Lesbian, would he care about the issue?
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