Joseph Farah of Worl…
Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily has summed up my opposition to same-sex marriage very nicely. And it points out that this will open a Pandora’s Box, which is acknowledged among some advocates.

On the one hand, when I interviewed Evan Gerstmann, author of “Same Sex Marriage and the Constitution” and perhaps the leading legal scholar promoting the idea, he conceded that we as a society would probably have to get used to the idea of threesomes, foursomes, etc. He acknowledged that it could be seen as “discrimination” if we deny anyone the right to marry the person of their choice. In the case of a man or woman who wanted to marry someone who was already married, that’s just what we would be doing if we prohibited such unions.

Of course, there are those that say it won’t; that this new line will be inviolate.

On the other hand, the president of the nation’s largest homosexual group, Human Rights Campaign President Cheryl Jacques last week expressed moral disapproval of allowing three or more consenting adults who love each other to marry.

Now get this: Asked why the line won’t be pushed any farther…

But Jacques was downright puritanical in her opposition to polygamy. And why?

“Because I don’t approve of that,” she said on CNN.

Apparently our laws in this brave new world envisioned by the same-sex marriage proponents are going to be based in the future on her feelings.

More folks don’t approve of same-sex marriage, but that’s not stopping mayors and judges from forcing the issue. The double-standard on this issue is astounding.

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