If this summer’s actions by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) reclassify same sex marriage as a civil right, the homosexual lifestyle will become the norm for American civilization, in spite of the fact that for thousands of years marriage has traditionally been only between a man and a woman. In 1987 Margaret Thatcher, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom said, ”Children who need to be taught to respect traditional moral values are being taught that they had an inalienable right to be gay.”
This reclassification may work for a small minority of people, but it won’t work for society as a whole. If it were such a great idea, America’s citizens would be able to freely participate in the gay life style without doing harm to themselves and to society. When a court is most convinced that it is doing well is when it is most susceptible to be doing harm. Someone who prefers to live the same sex lifestyle is not just an American who wants to be treated like everyone else. Homosexuals want to fundamentally change American society and the heterosexual way of life. Evil is more than ignorance.
If every American adopted this kind of lifestyle, a hundred years from now America would cease to exist, because during that period no children would be born. Should SCOTUS actually declare homosexuality a civil right, it logically follows that polygamy, pedophilia and bestiality would one day also be declared a civil right by the Court. In spite of society’s thirst for more modernism, inclusiveness and diversity, who would want to live in the midst of such moral depravity?
From where do our laws and rights emanate? The Declaration of Independence, adopted on July 4, 1776, explains the origin of our rights as the Nation’s Founders believed them to be, “…to assume…the separate and equal Station to which the laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them.”
Then our Founder’s declared, “We hold these truths to be self evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights.” Our great nation’s Founders assumed that our divine, God given rights transcend the rights of government, that these rights are entitlements bestowed upon mankind by the author of history and the distributor of Divine Law, that is, by God himself. Our forefathers clearly stated that they believed man’s unalienable rights came from this God, and that man inherited them at birth.
In the view of the community and the American culture in which I was born and grew up, homosexuality is an evil, a sin, and an abomination. Participating in it is not a right, and we should not approve of it just because some people want to involve themselves in it. Homosexuals are not just Americans who want to be treated like everyone else. The aim of their assault on the traditional American family is to fully change and corrupt the existing American society and the American family.