Skip to comments.Great Britain and Gay Marriage
Posted on 02/26/2013 1:11:40 PM PST by marshmallow
The deconstruction of marriage continues. It didnt begin with gays asking for marriage, but with the heterosexual world rejecting marriage itself.
It was only a matter of time, really. Britain, the country of my birth and my home for the first 28 years of my life, has legalized same-sex marriage.
The Conservative government had not in any way campaigned for it during the election, and Prime Minister David Cameron had effectively said he would not pursue it, as had the gay lobby and its political champions. The United Kingdom, you see, had introduced civil partnerships for homosexuals in 2004, and one of the reasons the proposal was passed was because its backers gave their word that it was not a stepping stone but the end of the road. That was always a liethey knew it was always a lie, and gay marriage was always the intention. Just as the same people are lying now when they say that nobody will be punished, prosecuted, or dismissed for opposing the phenomenon or refusing to teach and proclaim it. The Guardian newspaper has already featured an article by a national celebritya star on the iconic British soap Coronation Streetcalling for churches that refuse to perform same-sex weddings to be penalized and worse. In Britain even the B-list actors are political and write acid editorials!
The thing is, there were many out and open gay people in Britain who opposed the move, or who said it was premature and gratuitously polarizing. The majority of the Prime Ministers parliamentary caucus voted against him, including at least two gay MPs, and the grass roots of the party are apoplectic. It is likely that Cameron will lose the next election because of this, in that Tory voters will simply abstain or vote for the less liberal United Kingdom....
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