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Then show how much you hate those who commit adultery. Its one of the 10 commandments and yet there is almost no outrage! Why are adulterers permitted to see their spouses in the hospital? Why aren't you trying to take away that right?

Now I'm not gay or even 'pro gay' per se, but more libertarian minded in that to each their own. I can even understand someone of extreme religious views making a big deal if something was so against their religion.

That is if it were sincere...

No where is being gay against the 10 commandments, but coveting a neighbors wife is. So why are all of you who are so religious, putting so much energy to prevent gay people from having rights, when it would make a lot more sense to put that energy into taking away an adulterers rights? Now I'm not saying the religious should do this, but the fact they don't even think about fighting against adulterers rights only goes to prove how insincere they really are.

What ever it is that makes you want to prevent gay people from having rights, I assure you has nothing to do with the Bible and maybe its about time you figured out what it is about.

Or better yet, just let it go already....

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