The key to freedom

What is the "one institution free society is dependent upon for its survival"?

Why it is "heterosexual marriage" of course. Or at least says self-proclaimed "muscle head" Kevin McCullough. Free society depends on heterosexual marriage. Silly liberals, everyone knows that.

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Ahh, WorldNutDaily. It is a joy to be called demonic, Satan, evil, murderous and otherwise dehumanized once in a while.

The thing is, it's just this kind of speech that incites political violence. All throughout his hateful little essay he essentially disparages the humanity of the people he disagrees with. And you wonder that people like Eric Rudolph come out of the woodworks and start blowing up gay bars and abortion clinics (and Olympic celebrations). It's this kind of crap.

Great, now I have to wash my computer and scratch out my eyeballs. Thanks a lot.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 49.7% of American households were comprised of married couples in 2005. This is down from 52% in 2000. For more information, check out the article "To be Married Means to be Outnumbered" from the 10/15/06 edition of the New York Times.