Sunday, October 12, 2014

Intra-Family Marriage. Who are We to Judge?

Since marriage is considered a right by activist judges, one must consider the possibilities.  Father and daughter, mother and son, brother and sister, first cousins should be free to marry.  After all, who are we to deny love?  That is the logic of the zeitgeist.

Marriage is no longer about procreation and a commitment by a couple to raise their own offspring.  No, it’s about tax breaks, pensions, and benefits.  If that is the case, then why shouldn’t a son be able to marry his father in order to save the family farm from punitive estate taxes?  Why can’t grandpa marry his granddaughter as a means to pass on his estate without greedy government agents stripping it bare?

Let’s take it a step further.  Why can’t citizens of a whole community marry as a demonstration of communal love? After all, aren’t we told it takes a village?  Marriage is a right!  Who are you to judge!

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