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State sanctioned polygamy can’t be far behind. Phil arbeit

- by - February 10, 2013 - 13:01 America/New_York - 4 Comments

A Florida judge just allowed two lesbians and a gay sperm donor to be last as parents on their daughter’s birth certificate. Guess what’s next…

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  1. Dadof3

    February 10th, 2013

    I can’t see how you can stop polygamy after gay marriage is allowed.

    It has a better argument than same sex marriage.

    It has thousands of years of tradition albeit not in the way of an “anything goes” orgy relationship that a lib would try to turn it into.

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  2. 99th Squad Leader

    February 10th, 2013

    Polygamy is just as perverse and destructive as gay “marriage”. Children are abandoned by their fathers and left confused about half brothers and sisters.
    The women involved lesbian or straight, become overwhelmed and usually seek other self-destructive relationships.
    The best thing for those of us who are morally conservative is to find a state to live in, that has in the constitution or state law, marriage is between one man and one woman.

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  3. Dadof3

    February 10th, 2013

    You’re confusing it with something else, 99th. You’re describing what I said a liberal would turn it into.

    Traditionally – within the confines of a religious purpose – it has been about making a large family and not about sex. Often it is a current wife’s sister that gets picked and approved to join the family. The orgy of sex and depravity you described is not in the picture. Quite the opposite.

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  4. 99th Squad Leader

    February 11th, 2013

    @Dadof3, I stand by my statement. Not confused at all and was not associating orgy or deviate sexual behavior as primary components of polygamy. I know the purposes of polygamy, how it operates and it’s religious connotations.
    Just not convinced polygamy is good for society. Too many complicated, confused family trees are created, especially in isolated polygamous communities.

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