Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Canada's House Votes: Sodomy Is Good Basis for Marriage

The Canadian House of Commons yesterday gave its approval to sodomite unions as the basis of some sort of "family". As soon as the Canadian Senate formally approves same-sex "marriage", probably by the end of July, all appears lost in Canada. It will join Belgium, the Netherlands, and Massachusetts in the lunatic asylum of suicidal societies.

The AP story says "there are an estimated 34,000 gay and lesbian couples in Canada, according to government statistics." As if that somehow makes this vote reasonable. There are also hundreds of thousands of drug addicts in Canada. So should heroin be made legal?

Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin said, "We are a nation of minorities. And in a nation of minorities, it is important that you don't cherry-pick rights." Martin, identified as a Roman Catholic, "has said that despite anyone's personal beliefs, all Canadians should be granted the same rights to marriage." So why not let the polygamists and polyamorists have their rights too, Mr. Prime Minister? (Remember, we shouldn't "cherry pick rights"!)

"The debate in Canada began in December, when the Supreme Court ruled that passage of same-sex marriage legislation would not violate the constitution." No, only common-sense, morally-based legislation violates constitutions these days.

The cruel jokes about our northern neighbors may have some substance after all.