A hysterical warning about the threat of gay marriage and a naive, Bible-base defense
of one-man-one-woman marriage. It is harmful to his cause intellectually, but might
be effective politically. He wants to motivate the Bible belt to champion a
constitutional amendment that would protect traditional marriage. One good point
he makes is that the Constitution will be changed. The issue is whether it will be
changed by unelected judges who find things in the Constitution that arenít there
or whether it will be changed by adding a written amendment.
Year Read: 2005
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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