You can't even spell Mississippi, much less tell them how they should responded to being insulted. You sound like you're still living in the 60's yourself. Mississippi has come a long way, and so have her citizens. In the opinion of the majority of North Carolinians, Governor Perdue's statement was not only wrong; it was irresponsible and unprofessional for her office as Governor of North Carolina.
I disagree with you that this bill is not about homosexual relationships; it's entirely about homosexual relationships and how they want a right to be recognized as married (so they can cash in on benefits that married couples enjoy). Marriage should never be about money or benefits. Holy Marriage was established by God and is carried about through the church. Any Christian who truly understands God's Word would never agree to such a union. God Himself does not agree to such a union, and we are His representatives on this earth. How can we be for something that God Himself is against? Sin is still sin, whether it’s 2,000 years ago or now. God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. He never changes.
“Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” is found in the Declaration of Independence, not the U.S. Constitution. It’s not a constitutional right. It’s a privilege, established by God and defined by Him as being between a man and a woman. There are so many people like yourself who never even attend church, or attend it just on Easter or Christmas, who think they have the right to call Christians backwards, ignorant, or bigoted. You look the same to us, except that your bigotry is toward Christians. It's your shame, not ours.
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