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Today, I talk about marriage. Not the ok-with-everyone straight people marriage, but the hotly contested realm of "gay marriage". First of all, it's all marriage- two guys, two gals, one of each- doesn't matter. So, I'm officially abandoning the term "gay marriage" for the term "the right for consenting adults to marry." It may be longer, but it's not the size that matters- what's important is what you do with it. And now, a little something I stumbled upon today: "I believe everyone deserves equal treatment under the law and that's what we're here standing for. Right now in America there is an agenda to silence people of faith, those who hold a dissenting opinion. That's not what America was founded on. America was founded on respect, tolerance, and really not discriminating against people based on their religious convictions." - Josh Duggar Equal treatment under the law? Yeah, totally! I like what he's- wait, what? Silence you? No. Disregard your bigoted rhetoric? Yes. Apparently equal treatment, respect, and tolerance are really important... unless you're one o' them hell-bound ho-mo-sexuals. This statement is by Josh Duggar- yeah, of the clown-car-vagina Duggars. He and his family are using their celebrity reach to shove their bigoted rhetoric down everyone's throats. It's another example of Faith being turned into the weapon of the small-minded... And the worst part is that the army wielding that weapon grows stronger every day.