Sunday, June 16, 2013

Is civil marriage unconstitutional?

This libertarian seems to think so and after I sift the rhetoric from the reality, I have a tendency to agree.

The one thing that I agree with the gay agenda on is that by the principle of subsidiarity, the government has no place in the home. Not just the bedroom, but the home. And by no place, I mean no place at all- giving tax breaks to some households over other households due to a contract that bears no relation to traditional, sacramental marriage whatsoever is discrimination. The concept of consent is equally ridiculous; it always turns eventually into people bringing the problems of the home into court with the silliness that is the concept of divorce- a concept that would entirely go away if we'd just do away with ALL the legal protections for marriage.

On this day when we celebrate the apparently antiquated and anachronistic concept of a Father, a role that almost no man under the age of 70 seems to be able to fulfill anymore in this age of feminism where all men are evil, I see no role left for marriage at all.

The only reason left to preserve traditional marriage, is if we want to bring back the concept of fatherhood- and we all know that the liberals are completely against *anything* to do with a patriarchy.

4 comments:

Bill S said...

"The only reason left to preserve traditional marriage, is if we want to bring back the concept of fatherhood- and we all know that the liberals are completely against *anything* to do with a patriarchy."

Liberals are not against traditional family, fatherhood or even patriarchy And gay marriage does not affect any of that.

Theodore Seeber said...

Are you kidding me? Liberals have been doing everything they can to destroy the traditional family. Gay Marriage is the end game- it started with birth control in the early 1900s, then it proceeded on with no-fault divorce, then abortion, and now gay marriage. Just talk to one of the womyn priests about the patriarchy sometime, and the entire agenda comes out in a hurry.

Still, yes, from the point of view of freedom "from" doing good instead of freedom "to" do good; and that interpretation of the first Amendment that prevents morality, we're far better off with the government entirely out of the family and NO household being any different than any other household under tax law. Get rid of civil marriage, it's not like it is doing any good for society any more at all.

Bill S said...

"Liberals have been doing everything they can to destroy the traditional family."

I'm sorry. That simply isn't true. People who wish to live in traditional families can do so. Those who don't want to don't have to.

Theodore Seeber said...

If it isn't true, then why does no-fault divorce exist?


" Those who don't want to don't have to."

Is exactly the opposite of the meaning of the word "tradition", isn't it?

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