Gays want special status, not equal rights

February 08, 2011

Once again the powerful homosexual lobby is roaming Annapolis for more "rights." How come certain groups can propose the same legislation every year even though it has been rejected time and again?

In addition, the state Court of Appeals has ruled against it.

The ultimate goal of the homosexual lobby is not equality; it wants special protected status. Let's say you don't want schools to teach kids that having two daddies or two mommies is normal. You could be accused of discrimination for voicing that opinion. A minister teaching the same things the Bible has said of homosexuality for millennia could be charged with hate speech.

It wasn't so long ago that the American Psychiatric Society listed homosexuality as a "disability." There were reasons then and there are reasons now to object to making homosexuality acceptable behavior. It has always been there and always will be, but there is evil in promoting it.

David G. O'Neill

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