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Comment Re:problem mistated. (Score 1) 1448

Well than let me turn your argument against you. There are many more male homosexuals then female homosexuals. Therefore more females would be left unable to find themselves permanent (don't want to say "mates") partners. That means we can technically engage in polygamy.
And even if we do have population discrepancy (someone has 7 wives), whom to say we can not have polyandry and have a woman take 7 husbands? Everything would than equal out and frankly your argument would be moot.
Who said anything about bestiality or pedophilia? You must be a one sick puppy to even mention them why we can't allow them.

Comment Re:problem mistated. (Score -1) 1448

wowowowowow stop.
Noone tried to strip the rights of others.
You wanted a gay marriage? Marriage is a religious concept (civil union is a civil concept). Card point was that some are trying to redefine societal norms and it will destroy meanings behind cornerstone societal institutions. But that's card.
But me personally -- frankly -- I don't want you to have ability to marry your own sex until I have an ability to marry many people of the opposite sex... Really, I want to have seven wives. Where are my rights to do that?

Comment Re:Who Cares? (Score 3, Insightful) 1448

Yeah, I read this nonsence. Basically the author is trying to find an excuse as to why a talented author, a winner of multiple awards for his works would come out against something as nice and progressive as Gay Marriage. So, he went out to destroy his character...... by comparing Ender to... Hitler!

Oy Vey, if this is his entire arguments to call a man an "asshat" -- these people need serious help....

Comment Re:Tolerate whoever you like (Score 1, Funny) 1448

Funny.. I have all Mr. Card's books, and re-read Ender's Game at least once a year, because it is a quality work that deserves to go down in history as one of the classics of American literature. In the future people will forget about Stephen King (the author of toilet-paper level trash), but they will remember Twain, Hemingway, Poe, Fitzgerald, Emerson, Hughes, Hawthorne, Whitman, Poe, Thoreau, Melville, Dickinson, Bradbury and Card.

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