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proudblackconservative:

ragingconservative007:

indierepublican:

zeesmuse:

ragingcommonsense:

koffeebitch:

ragingcommonsense:

indierepublican:

With religious freedom, government won’t interfere with your idea of marriage.

THISJUST GET THE GOVERNMENT OUT OF ALL MARRIAGE
THISTHISTHIS

It’s not like you wake up one morning and decide to be gay or straight. You are born straight or born gay it’s that simple however you can choose to be a bigot. 

I don’t really care if you’re born that way or not. I really don’t.
I don’t care who anyone wants to spend their life with or have sex with. I absolutely could not care less.
It’s not any of my business and it’s not my problem.
What my problem is, is the government sticking their noses in something that doesn’t need the government at all.
Marry who you want. Why do you NEED a license or permission from your government to be with someone for the rest of your life? Why do you need to be TAXED for it?
You don’t. That’s my problem. You should have the right to share your life and property with whoever you love. Your life and property are your rights.
Government need not hop in bed with you.

THANK YOU!
The Government has NO RIGHT to regulate marriage. Marriage is a spiritual union between two same-minded people. Period!

That’s why I mentioned religious freedom in the first place

I’m not sure I want the government out of marriage. What if people started marrying their cars or pets? Or rocks? Or gaming systems? Or…anything? In this day and age I know some fucked in the head jackass is gonna do it. Unregulated marriage…don’t even try telling me someone isn’t gonna do it.

RageCon you know I love ya, but I’m going to have to disagree with you on this one. I absolutely don’t think the government should be regulating marriage. I think the current legal benefits of marriage should be moved to civil unions, which are obviously between consenting humans. But the government should not get to issue licenses. You realize that a government issued marriage license didn’t always exist? And that it was only created to prevent interracial marriages? 

I agree that the government should get out of marriage. But the argument that all marriages are somehow illegal by default simply because the government requires a license for it is frankly, pretty stupid.

proudblackconservative:

ragingconservative007:

indierepublican:

zeesmuse:

ragingcommonsense:

koffeebitch:

ragingcommonsense:

indierepublican:

With religious freedom, government won’t interfere with your idea of marriage.

THIS
JUST GET THE GOVERNMENT OUT OF ALL MARRIAGE

THISTHISTHIS

It’s not like you wake up one morning and decide to be gay or straight. You are born straight or born gay it’s that simple however you can choose to be a bigot. 

I don’t really care if you’re born that way or not. I really don’t.

I don’t care who anyone wants to spend their life with or have sex with. I absolutely could not care less.

It’s not any of my business and it’s not my problem.

What my problem is, is the government sticking their noses in something that doesn’t need the government at all.

Marry who you want. Why do you NEED a license or permission from your government to be with someone for the rest of your life? Why do you need to be TAXED for it?

You don’t. That’s my problem. You should have the right to share your life and property with whoever you love. Your life and property are your rights.

Government need not hop in bed with you.

THANK YOU!

The Government has NO RIGHT to regulate marriage. Marriage is a spiritual union between two same-minded people. Period!

That’s why I mentioned religious freedom in the first place

I’m not sure I want the government out of marriage. What if people started marrying their cars or pets? Or rocks? Or gaming systems? Or…anything? In this day and age I know some fucked in the head jackass is gonna do it. Unregulated marriage…don’t even try telling me someone isn’t gonna do it.

RageCon you know I love ya, but I’m going to have to disagree with you on this one. I absolutely don’t think the government should be regulating marriage. I think the current legal benefits of marriage should be moved to civil unions, which are obviously between consenting humans. But the government should not get to issue licenses. You realize that a government issued marriage license didn’t always exist? And that it was only created to prevent interracial marriages? 

I agree that the government should get out of marriage. But the argument that all marriages are somehow illegal by default simply because the government requires a license for it is frankly, pretty stupid.

If one rejects laissez faire on account of man’s fallibility and moral weakness, one must for the same reason also reject every kind of government action. — Ludwig von Mises (via swallowtheredpill)

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Just as Europeans enslaved Africans, North Africans enslaved Europeans; more Europeans than there were Africans enslaved in the United States and in the 13 colonies from which it was formed.

The treatment of white galley slaves was even worse than the treatment of black slaves picking cotton. But there are no movies or television dramas about it comparable to Roots, and our schools and colleges don’t pound it into the heads of students.

[…]

If American society and Western civilization are different from other societies and civilization, it is that they eventually turned against slavery, and stamped it out, at a time when non-Western societies around the world were still maintaining slavery and resisting Western pressures to end slavery, including in some cases armed resistance.

[…]

It is not just the history of slavery that gets distorted beyond recognition by the selective filtering of facts. Those who go back to mine history, in order to find everything they can to undermine American society or Western civilization, have very little interest in the Bataan death march, the atrocities of the Ottoman Empire or similar atrocities in other times and places.

Those who mine history for sins are not searching for truth but for opportunities to denigrate their own society, or for grievances that can be cashed in today, at the expense of people who were not even born when the sins of the past were committed.

Thomas Sowell (via european-traditionalist)

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Working to win conference this year. We shall see.