I understand their point. I don't agree with it and I do believe it is discriminatory that because they view marriage as a bad thing they wish for an entire group to be prohibited from accessing it despite others wanting to make the choice for themselves.
We just got an a4 sized flier in the mailbox that's not fit to show. It's from a local pro life party with coloured pictures of abortions and a picture of the local labor mp it says this candidate supports murder put her preference last. Absolutely disgusting tactics.
More examples of very low election tactics.
An ALP supporter delivers offensive pamphlets in Bennelong.
I'm not sure if this website has been discussed, but I found it absolutely pathetic. You should not have to resort to constant swearing in order to get your message across. If you do, then your message probably isn't very strong. I can't see how anyone can think that this sort of advertising is beneficial to their cause. I guess it has had 1000's of likes, but I think that also says something about people of the left. Hate speak.
I won't link to the actual site, but I'm sure you can fill in the blanks.
However, the definition and purpose of marriage is so broad and continues to grow that this really isn't a strong argument. DF and I are both atheist but we want to get married, as do plenty of other non-religious couples. We have a fantastic relationship, we both consider each other equals and actively show mutual respect for each other."We're not going to procreate as a couple and while the desire to demonstrate commitment might be laudable, the religious traditions that have accommodated same-sex couples have had to do some fairly major contortions," says Soroff.
If someone has an issue with marriage as an institution how does that translate to not wanting gays to have the same right to marry as others?
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