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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

What is your reaction? What power words? Images? What city fo you think this is in?


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Statements like these just turn more and more people off to the subject instead of coming to a medium. I don't have a problem with it, but i don't feel it should be called marriage. Raised catholic, that is between a man and a woman.

Anonymous said...

WOW! Someone, some town, some business posted this? Really? I can't image where this could be posted, the south? A rural area? Growing up in Chicago, this business would not be a business anymore. The question is why they posted this? Maybe something happened to the person to think to create this board? We know this is not true but someone may think this way. They need to be educated on the subject manner.

A. Falconetti
Comm101
Hn 4049

Anonymous said...

This is probably in the Castro in San Francisco. Great place full of love and warmth. Bottom line is, you can and they can't. Why are we denying Americans the same rights that others enjoy? Religion should not have a basis in this argument. Getting married at city hall has nothing to do with religion.

John Williams
COM 101 Sec 4049

Anonymous said...

on topics like this everyone is etnitled to an opinion. and no one is sure which is correct and on either side no one will be happy with the outcome. but yes i would agree that they need a partneship but it should not be called marriage born and raise christian. always will be
com 101-4080

Tiffany M. said...

In my opinion, everythings a choice, even your sexuality. Nobody should be blamed for anyones doing because it is a choice. When it comes to gay marriage, personally I think people should leave the situation alone, no matter what they say no one can change that person's mind, it's ultimately their decision in life. It's a waste of time and breath for people to constantly bicker over this situation because its obvious that the controversy will never end...

Anonymous said...

Why should two people who love each other to the point of being family and make that commitment for the rest of their lives be denied to see each other on a hospital death bed, to have insurance together, to inherit at a reasonable tax rate possessions and to make the life soul commitment of marriage,just because of gender?

Anonymous said...

This made me laugh. As far as I know, gay people are not able to have babies with each other, so the straight people are to "blame". However, I think this subject is a sensitive one. In my opinion, it shouldn't matter whether your gay or straight. Being gay, just like being straight, is something that you're born with. Its not a disorder. Its the same concept as being straight. Love is love after all. I think gay people should be allowed to get married. How would you feel if you couldn't marry the person you loved, regardless of their gender?

Rebecca Johnson 4049

Christina Ortega COM101-4049 said...

having a gay parent myself i hear over and over how being gay isnt a choice. my mother always states, "with all the the ridicule, hardships, and agony, why would someone CHOOSE to be this way." i Love seeing this sign because there is no doubt to me that it was written by a gay person... and more than likely i feel it may have been in SanFran. Freedom of Speech Baby!!

Anonymous said...

Newt Gingrich married three times. Left the first wife while she was dying of cancer. Then he asked his second wife to have an "open marriage". When she denied, Gingrich cheated on her and now is married to the woman he cheated with. This is a man trying to run to lead our country. So my question is: How is gay marriage destroying the sanctity of marriage?

Alberto Sayson
COM101 4080