This is an interesting piece that looks at the statistics behind the homosexual marriage issue. Dean Kalahar writes:
From a nominal standpoint, do these facts reach a level of statistical significance to even grant the same sex marriage debate legitimate consideration in a nation that understands the historic nature of institutions that hold civilized societies together? Sadly however, it does not take a lot of people to make a ton of noise and create the illusion of a mass movement.
The numbers tell us homosexual marriage is a false argument hiding behind a politically-correct bandwagon because Americans have been told it is the tolerant and progressive thing to believe. After all, who wants to have to answer to charges of homophobia, the default position thrown at anyone who dare challenge the agenda?
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