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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

WaPo pushing polygamy

A Washington Post story today showed liberals lied about polygamy. They are pushing it.

In June 2015, five liberals on the Supreme Court commanded that homosexual marriage be the law of the land -- both the will of the people and the Constitution be damned.

In dissent, Chief Justice John Roberts asked, “Just who do you think we are?”

He also said, “It is not about whether, in my judgment, the institution of marriage should be changed to include same-sex couples. It is instead about whether, in our democratic republic, that decision should rest with the people acting through their elected representatives, or with five lawyers who happen to hold commissions authorizing them to resolve legal disputes under the law.”

The same argument can and should be made about abortion. Let the states decide because America is a collection of 50 states and not a nation divided into 50 compartments.

After the court usurped the authority of all 50 state legislatures and Congress to legalize homosexual marriage, opponents said this will lead to the legalization of bestiality, incest and polygamy.

The press clucked its collective tongue at us. 

Politico declared, "No, Polygamy Isn’t the Next Gay Marriage. Group marriage is the past—not the future—of matrimony."

The author was Jonathan Rauch, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and author of Gay Marriage: Why It Is Good for Gays, Good for Straights, and Good for America.

If homosexual marriage were good for America, then states long ago would have recognized it one by one.

In bypassing legislatures, homosexual marriage is terrible for America because it undermines the authority of the states.

He wrote, "I am a gay marriage advocate. So why do I spend so much of my time arguing about polygamy? Opposing the legalization of plural marriage should not be my burden, because gay marriage and polygamy are opposites, not equivalents. By allowing high-status men to hoard wives at the expense of lower-status men, polygamy withdraws the opportunity to marry from people who now have it; same-sex marriage, by contrast, extends the opportunity to marry to people who now lack it. One of these things, as they say on Sesame Street, is not like the other.

"Yet this non sequitur just won't go away: 'Once we stop limiting marriage to male-plus-female, we'll have to stop limiting it at all! Why only two? Why not three or four? Why not marriage to your brother? Or your dog? Or a toaster?' If there's a bloody shirt to wave in the gay-marriage debate, this is it."

Others made similar arguments. Cathy Young, a contributing editor at Reason magazine, assured us in Time magazine that, "Polygamy Is Not Next."

Oddly, she made the case for polygamy, writing, "In a free society, the private sexual choices of adults should not be criminalized. But they are not automatically entitled to cultural approval or societal support systems."

By "not automatically entitled" simply means wait a few years for the Supreme Court to make it the law of the land.

7 summers later, the push is on to make polygamy the law of the land, likely through Ketanji Brown Jackson, the pedophile friendly justice-in-waiting, and the next liberal majority.

Liberals are good at marketing so they are relabeling polygamy as polyamorous marriage. They change the semantics every few years. Homosexual marriage became gay marriage which became same-sex marriage. It remains an oxymoron because marriage is between a man, a woman and God.

The Washington Post got a nice Drudge link today for its advertorial for polygamy, "How polyamorous people are marking commitment to multiple partners."

By definition, people in the polyamorous crowd are committed only to their own lusts.

Nevertheless, the story said, "In legal terms, polyamorous people are unable to marry all their of partners: It is illegal throughout the United States to marry more than one person at a time. Somerville, Mass., is thought to be the first U.S. city to legally recognize polyamorous domestic partnerships, which it started doing in 2020."

More than a century after Utah banned polygamy in order to be admitted to the union, polygamy is back. TLC began softening the field a few years back with a reality TV series on a polygamist and his wives. 

Thus far, LGBT has not added P for polygamy to its alphabet. B for bestiality and I for incest also await addition.

The undermining of American values and the destruction of the American family continue. The assaults never end and come from all directions. 

The counterattack begins next month when justices officially repeal Roe v. Wade, likely without John Roberts. What the court giveth without constitutional authority a later court taketh away. In the meantime, 63 million babies have been killed in the womb.

25 comments:

  1. Funny how it is never a woman with five husbands in the house. Let's go back in time...

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    1. https://nypost.com/2019/12/06/polyamorous-florida-woman-with-4-boyfriends-is-pregnant/

      Not exactly the kind of "men" that could accumulate wives.

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    2. When asked by the welfare system who the father of the baby is, Shaniqua answered, "I don't know...when you eat a bowl of beans, do you know which one made you fart?"

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  2. I thought this had been settled via the Mormons. Apparently not. I hear the young kids say they are in polyamorous relationships. Back in the day, that was called cheating and a lack of commitment. So I guess it will be legalized cheating with more cheating on the side when you get sick of your five wives.

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    1. Yeah and your tax dollars will pay for it via welfare. I see here where I live with the Muslims and multiple wives. All are on welfare because it's difficult to support one wife let alone multiple wives and the children that go with them.

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  3. The way the left is trying to take us, it will make Sodom and Gomorrah look like amateurs.

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    1. "As in the days of Noah..."

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    2. I recall the observation someone made a few years back re San Fran: "If God doesn't destroy San Francisco, He's gonna owe Sodom and Gomorrah an apology!"

      -- Maoz

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  4. to be right kind of Patriarch definitely need harem full of concubines >>> resoring Patriarchy

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  5. For the last few centuries, while monogamy has been the law throughout Western civilization, the "cream" of society have had their mistresses. We can look back at JFK and the coverups of his affairs, FDR had a mistress, and many foreign leaders have been known to have them. What was once kept quiet is now being shouted from the rooftops and spires.
    The homosexual movement should be on board with this, most homosexual relationships don't last long, and the community has a reputation for infidelity.
    Beastiality will be legalized first though, can't have AOC's lover arrested for screwing a dumb animal.

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  6. The same is happening with pedophilia. Rome is going to fall.

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  7. "Thus far, LGBT has not added P for polygamy to its alphabet...."

    I've decided their most appropriate letter-string would be LGBTOEVAH.

    Toevah is the Hebrew word for "abomination"; the word used in the Torah to describe homosexual acts.

    -- Maoz

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  8. Pick up a Bible. We had all this long ago, but dropped it.

    Why?

    It only worked for the rich. It was also a drug on society. The more people saw how this stuff worked, the more they disliked it. We didn't have marriage for all 400 years ago, but people found out it was a good thing to protect spouses and children.

    PS Notice Jeffery's sock puppets are pushing the FUD hard as they can. We're winning, especially on the sex front.

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    1. There used to be a lot of little bastards back then. You'd think we'd have fixed that by now, but here you are.

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  9. Marriage, as it is a matter for the state is all about property. The state does not require consummation of a marriage, only license fees and oaths (vows). No affection or, these days, even co-habitation is required. Of course, marriage has a broader meaning under religious practices.

    It will be amusing to watch the divorce proceedings of polygamous marriages.


    "…this curious confirmation of the old French economist’s cynical reason for marriage that it is an institution made necessary by property, and designed for its protection and preservation alone.”

    The Ethics of Democracy by F.J. Stimson. Scribner’s Magazine (1887)

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  10. So, will Roberts decide to ignore his dissent in Obergfell?

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  11. From "My Fair Lady," the observation of Alfred P. Doolittle:
    "The gentle sex was made for man to marry,
    To share his bed and see his meals get cooked.
    The gentle sex was made for man to marry, but--
    With a little bit o' luck, with a little bit o' luck,
    You can 'ave it all and not get hooked."

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    1. NB, you seem like a nice person, please tell me you had to google those lines and didn't quote them from memory!!!

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    2. Hahaha. If he did recite from memory, I'd wager NB would be a proponent of gay marriage

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    3. I can recite from memory - high school play more than 50 years ago.

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  12. 3wire42 already said it: As in the days of Noah.... But we seem to have lost the thread here. Jesus was responding to the inquiry of his disciples, "... what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?" The End. Of. The. World. And like all the unbelievers who scoffed at the old fool Noah, who had spent his life building this strange and unprecedented structure we have come to call "the ark," never understanding that their doom was sure and sealed, yet they went on about their daily lives until the rains came down and the waters of the deep erupted and the world that they were so sure they would always inhabit was washed away. If we are truly in "the days of Noah," it would behoove us to understand the signs of the times and prepare for the return of The King. He comes with his winnowing fork in His hand and will welcome His own into His kingdom, but all the rest will be cast into hell fire, where ‘their worm dieth not, and the fire is not quenched.’ Weep for those who go so blithely into an eternity of undescribable torment.

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  13. This explains the push for transgenderism. They want to create a bunch of sexless eunuchs to guard their harems.

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  14. Polygamy always, always, ALWAYS leads to child abuse. (80-year old men marrying 12-year old girls.) That's a major reason it was banned by what was once known as "civilized" society.

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