Saturday, July 18, 2015

Shame away... I'm the bad guy.

I posted this on Facebook in June 28th. Only one person thought it was about 'teh gays'. Thank you for those who disagreed to realize a disagreement is just that a disagreement.

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  1. You are on the side of objective reality, the enemy of all that is right and good.

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  2. What if I'm wrong? If I am, it isn't that I dislike or hate gay people or even gay couples. And I guess that's why I got well pissed off when someone said she was 'disgusted with my hate'. I knew and she knew her statement was a defamatory lie.

    It didn't help I called her a phony when I brought up the that on Father's Day she posted something about her own father. Of course yeah, no choice when pushed to make it personal.

    But as the scream to deafen the sound of what's really going crony capitalism with its media forces manipulates our ability to reasonable.

    Just trying to hold shit together at a street level, what the 1%does is just distractive noise that everyone else seems in tune with.




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    1. Yeah, it's incredibly frustrating when using a biological definition of marriage is dismissively defined as hate. You have to realize that they don't want to talk to you, they just want you to shut up. It's sad how deliberately ignorant many Americans have become.

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  3. And we were on good terms, despite differences.

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  4. And we were on good terms, despite differences.

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  6. Can you clarify your comments about adoption? What about it do you specifically oppose?

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    1. Is the child in need?

      Was the mom coerced? Did she have legal representation, what about birth dad?

      A lot of these agencies are preying on mom's with resources and infertile couples with cash.

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    2. http://www.babble.com/parenting/you-cannot-buy-a-baby/

      Written by an adoptive parent, but realizes there is a problem.

      "It has to do with giving that child you already love so much back to someone else. But as an adoptive mother myself, had my daughter’s other mother changed her mind before our adoption was finalized, I would have done it. Both because I wouldn’t have had any other choice, and also because an ethical adoption is one where all parties are in agreement that it is the right choice to make. The reason waiting periods exist is because it is a huge decision for someone to make while under the haze of post-birth hormones. Ethical adoptions can’t happen if you don’t give birth parents at least a small window during which they have the ability to change their minds. "

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