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This morning, 3 News asked a number of MPs how they will be voting when the same-sex marriage bill starts is passage through Parliament
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29/08/2012 11:24:11 a.m.
Time for Phil Heatley to front up with his reason to why he opposes the bill?..
We all have a reason for the Gay marriage a GO AHEAD and as long as they don't interfere with life in general..
Read the news and comments where you may find to how most felt toward Gay marriage or face the facts that gay people do exist..
Perhaps Phil Heately prefer to see gay people behind bars for committing adultery..
This Housing Minister legalized the prostitution act of evil and has the cheek to opposed against Gay Marriage..
Rethink or get real Pal..
28/08/2012 10:38:29 p.m.
"All i know saying gay marriage is easy"
exactly HOW is it any easier than a hetero marriage??
given the divorce rates in hetero marriage are around 50%, it doesn't sound like marriage is easy, period, and it has nothing to do with the genders of the partners involved.
"sullying the true meaning of Marriage"
the true meaning having come from what source, exactly?
if you say anything relating to Abrahamic or biblical tradition, then you're flat wrong, given that marriage apparently means many different things, even in THAT tradition. Many of the historical leaders even in the bible had concubines they called wives, some numbering in the 100s.
so traditional marriage is polygamy?
face it: you have NO basis to say what should and should not "define" marriage.
28/08/2012 2:35:37 p.m.
Gay marriage if you are serious about it and love one another for the right reasons will yes. But if you getting married becos of the wrong reasons it may be best to rethink why. All i know saying gay marriage is easy but when you define the word marriage is it really what you want. Only those that enter into this phase know their own answer.
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