I was going to say "It's better than a kick in the balls"
Then I read
“The church must defend the truth, and the truth is that a marriage is only between a man and a woman, ” he said. Other kinds of “affections” cannot be the foundation for a “public structure” such as marriage.
“We cannot surrender to a sick egalitarianism that abolishes every difference, ” he warned, and run the risk of society becoming a new “Babel.”
Does he even know what "public structure" means? Or is he vomiting verbal diarrhea between his daily altar-boy diddling? (Yes, I'm going to keep going on about that until the church acknowledges that they screwed up, and actually punish the people who've done that. Thus far, they've still be in cover-up, hide the damage mode about child sexual abuse)
Secondly, sick egalitarianism are two works that should never be used together.
Third, I'm pretty sure that's not what the story of Babel was about. I though knowing these things was supposed to be your job.
Lastly..."affections" in quotes like that seriously makes me want to hit you.
edited 7th Feb '13 6:10:30 AM by DrTentacles