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The Most Useless Fight On The PLANET

Posted by zaphriel on June 6, 2006

Debate Continues Over Gay Marriage Ban

WASHINGTON — Election year stunt or legislative rescue for society troubled by the breakdown of traditional families?

Those close to the Senate’s three-day debate over efforts to ban gay marriage are engaging that argument with all of the passion and volume of people fighting over legislation that stands a chance of passage.

One Republican senator says the amendment could open a rift in society as wide as the gulf over Roe v. Wade. Others say the very health of society depends on traditional families.

I am all about family values, but I think this fight is stupid, and generally against the precepts of freedom.

These peoples morality will be judge at the time of their death, as a society it is up to our families to take care of business, not the governments. There is far more damage being done by having throw away marriages and pathetic parental involvement. Involved parents will have a much more positive effect on society, no matter what they do in the bedroom, than dysfunctional hetero families will.

This fight, especially when talked about as a constitutional amendment, is bubcus… Future societies will judge this a pure folly given the scope of today’s “real” problems.

It makes me wonder if this isn’t simply a distraction from the real issues that congress does not want to actually tackle. You know like Securing Our Border and Our Country…

Notice how nothing real is actually going on in any of these areas. Lots of talk, no action.

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The Travesty Fulfilled – One More Step Towards Communism…

Posted by zaphriel on June 6, 2006

Connecticut City Votes to Evict Homeowners Amid Key Eminent Domain Dispute

NEW LONDON, Conn. — City officials voted to evict two homeowners at the center of an eminent domain battle who refuse to leave their riverfront homes, even after the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark ruling that the city can seize the property for a private development project.

The City Council voted 5-2 in favor of eviction Monday. An attorney for the residents said they are considering continuing to fight.

“You are a disgrace to the city, the state and the nation,” one of the residents, Michael Cristofaro, told council members who voted to evict.

The time is now to pressure your local governments to pass laws to prevent this sort of travesty. If we loose our property rights we loose our true liberty.

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