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Mike Huckabee Is Faithful To the Issue Of Marriage, Not To Marriage Itself

Today, Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said, “I am absolutely faithful to the issue of marriage. Not because it’s politically expedient, but because it’s the Biblical position, the historical position and the right position. We must defend, protect and preserve traditional marriage.”

I find it odd how Huckabee says that he is faithful to the issue of marriage. How can a person be faithful to an issue?

Huckabee’s odd language seems to be a consequence of the fact that he is actually opposed to marriage for huge numbers of Americans. He wants to use the power of Big Government to interfere with people’s families, and stop them from getting married.

Mike Huckabee is actually anti-marriage. He doesn’t think that that gay and lesbian couples should get married. He’s actually trying to break up the weddings of strangers.

Mike Huckabee is faithful to making an issue out of other people’s marriages, getting all nosy and in their business. He’s spent so many years as a preacher that he actually believes its his legitimate role in society to put himself in the middle of other people’s lives.

What’s so important to justify Huckabee’s intrusion? He says that he has to defend and protect marriage – but from who? No state, anywhere, has attacked what Mike Huckabee calls “traditional marriage”. In no place in the USA is it illegal for a man and a woman to get married.

Huckabee isn’t helping anybody by trying to stop gay and lesbian couples from getting married. He’s only seeking to impose his idea of faith on everybody else.

Mike Huckabee is being rude and disrespectful to millions of Americans. We don’t need to see that kind of attitude in the White House.

3 thoughts on “Mike Huckabee Is Faithful To the Issue Of Marriage, Not To Marriage Itself”

  1. Charles Manning says:

    I don’t know why people who agree with Huckabee don’t just come out and say it: they oppose people of the same sex having sex. They haven’t yet accepted the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court that outlawed prosecutions for homosexual conduct. They’re conditioned to recoil in disgust at the thought of people having homosexual relations. They think scripture supports them in that. Their opposition to same-sex marriage is all about sex. Outlawing same-sex marriage is the first step backward toward outlawing homosexual relations. Fortunately, most young people don’t agree with that agenda. The Huckabees of this world are rapidly disappearing — at least in this country.

  2. Ella says:

    Well, C. Manning, let me be the first in your experience to say that it is a known fact that same sex couples or groups have been having sex in one respect or another for thousands of years, probably with animals for longer. Think about it, if it were natural for same sex persons to be life mates, why would they want to adopt children, or in the case of females, have the experience of having a child? As for the breeding aspect of same sex marriage, it is non existent. This leads to the need for a heterosexual arrangement, even in a test tube. Both ovum and sperm are needed for a biological being to exist. Therefore, yes homosexual living arrangements are well documented world wide. Marriage is a term used to indicate a breeding pair or group in any species. It gives the children/offspring an identity – lineage. Cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews, grand parents, and so on. Therefore, I stand against same sex couples adopting children unless it is in a society which is reaching out to drastically reduce its population by reducing the number of breeding pairs or groups. Humm.

  3. Stephen Kent Gray says:

    19 Kids and Counting controversy could be a problem!

    Endorsements

    Celebrities, commentators and activists
    Chuck Norris, actor
    Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, parents on the show 19 Kids and Counting

    State office holders
    Asa Hutchinson, Governor of Arkansas
    Tim Griffin, Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas
    Mark Martin, Secretary of State for Arkansas
    Leslie Rutledge, Attorney General for Arkansas
    Dennis Milligan, State Treasurer of Arkansas
    Jim Keffer, Texas State Representative

    All individuals are members or supporters of the Republican Party, unless otherwise stated

    Celebrities, commentators and activists
    Chuck Norris, actor
    Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, parents on the show 19 Kids and Counting
    Asa Hutchinson, Governor of Arkansas
    Tim Griffin, Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas
    Mark Martin, Secretary of State for Arkansas
    Tony Orlando, singer
    Leslie Rutledge, Attorney General for Arkansas
    Dennis Milligan, State Treasurer of Arkansas

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