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Brilliant piece of sober, reasoned thinking from Frank Turek on TownHall.com.

Telling about the usual homo calling him – as usual for homos – “bigot”, he says among other things (emphases always mine):

That’s the central fallacy in virtually every argument for homosexuality—if you don’t agree with homosexual behavior, you are somehow bigoted against people who want to engage in that behavior. How does that follow? If conservatives and Christians are “bigots” for opposing homosexual behavior, then why aren’t homosexual activists bigots for opposing Christian behavior? And if we are bigots for opposing same-sex marriage, then why aren’t homosexual activists bigots for opposing polygamous or incestuous marriage?

And in fact it never persuaded me how you can have boundaries, but I can’t. How you can claim to have a moral compass, but I cannot. How you can have a sexual perversion, and say that the ill person – the homophobic…

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Posted on August 4, 2012, in Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on .

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