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    AJayne, Ahianne
    Today, an overwhelming majority of those who belong to a religious denomination in America – that’s more than half the country – are members of organizations that affirm the traditional definition of marriage. All of those denominations will be targeted in large and small degrees in the coming years.
    Does not (of course) take into account those who might be members of a group or organization and still disagree with some tenets of that group or organization.  Authoritarians never seem to take that into account.

    I am not religious, and did NOT say I enjoyed sects.

    by trumpeter on Fri Feb 14, 2014 at 12:16:15 PM PST

    •  I support Traditional Marriage! (3+ / 0-)
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      bananapouch1, moonbatlulu, rocksout

      Think of how difficult it would of been to end wars in Europe without Traditional Marriage a few hundred years ago. I'm sure the King of France would of been desperate if he had not been able to Marry off his Daughter as part of the deal ending the war. How would Royal Houses keep the royalty pure without traditional arranged marriages? (nothing to do with love, ohhh the geopolitical romance! swoon)
      When I think of those child brides in Yemen, I know they are glad MERICA still has BRAVE CHAMPIONS OF TRADITONAL MARRIAGE.
      Sorry for my sarcasm. Jindal needs to stop drinking the Kool-Aid, even if it means a few more votes. Its hard enough dragging bigots on to the social evolution train without his type encouraging ridiculous prejudiced behavior.

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