Reader's View: Human existence relies on male-female marriage
Your vote counts Nov. 6 when you stand firmly with the laws of nature and nature's God. Minnesota's marriage amendment implements the Declaration of Independence's guide for legislation: Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long establ...
Your vote counts Nov. 6 when you stand firmly with the laws of nature and nature's God. Minnesota's marriage amendment implements the Declaration of Independence's guide for legislation: Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes.
An honest estimation of reproduction confirms that all of us have a mother and father. A decent respect of the opinions of mankind means preserving the essential relationship between a man and a woman. The institution of marriage honors each and every person's existence.
Advocacy for preserving traditional marriage is undeserving of being labeled hateful, as some opponents suggest. Taking a stand for human existence is constitutionally prudent. The institution of marriage respects the laws of nature for ourselves and our posterity.
The relation between a man and a woman is uniquely different from a same-sex relationship. Notably unable to produce offspring, a homosexual relationship inherently bares no responsibility to procreate. Same-sexual advocacy tends to minimize the potential to reproduce with indifference.
With this amendment, a person who marks neither "yes" or "no" on their ballot counts as a "no." Please make time to compare apples to apples. If a person who refuses to grow apples is in charge of planting the orchard, the apple doesn't fall from the tree.
The preservation of human existence depends on alacrity of mind -- critical thinking. Without any prejudice against sexual orientation, each person's existence is the result of the relationship between a man and a woman. It's a law of nature. Think and vote "yes" to preserve the natural-
The state of Minnesota authorizes counties to issue marriage licenses. Yet the city of Duluth ordains a domestic-partnership registration. Will the city of Duluth comply with the law in the event that Minnesota's marriage amendment passes? Vote "yes!"
Tim G. Riley