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1/21/09

Oprah Pushes Dishonest Gay Marriage Propaganda

Betsy Ross on OpEdNews makes some great points about a recent appearance by gay activist Melissa Etheridge on the Oprah Winfrey show.

(opednews.com) "The "equal rights" rhetoric has been again the hook, but now in aligning these equal marriage rights somehow to the civil rights movement. Most intelligent Americans know that the similarities between the two are non-existent. One was a "property" issue under our Constitution needing correction and enforcement after it was recognized under the 13th Amendment that people are not property, and had been a bone of contention even before the Constitution was drafted between most of the founders. The Civil Rights movement was needed in order to enforce that amendment in our schools, public facilities and workplaces where the culture had not caught up with the law, especially in the historically agricultural South. The banner of equal "marriage" rights between two same sex partners can hardly be categorized in the same light.

After the argument for "equality" was raised, the practical tax issues were brought into the forefront. Unfortunately, that argument also doesn't fly since ever since the onslaught of no fault divorce between traditionally married couples, for those gaycouples with children there is the "Head of Household" option used by single parents and also married persons filing separately in order to take advantage of tax savings. The personal exemptions apply for adults whether filing as single or married, and actually with the tax laws the way they are, would be a benefit to someone in Ms. Etheridge's situation with disparities between the two adults in income in which party would get the most benefit in filing as head of household."

Comments: (Euripides) "How are we supposed to educate the world about immorality and unethical behavior when it is lionized by nearly all popular media?"

1 comment:

Euripides said...

How are we supposed to educate the world about immorality and unethical behavior when it is lionized by nearly all popular media?