Founding Quakers, Of U. S. Constitution, Support Gay Marriage!

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    Many Founding Familes, of 1683, in the United States: Are of Pennsylvania, and world-famous Philadelphia(?). In the "Federalist Papers," supporting adoption of the U. S. Constitution: It is variously noted that enough of it is written so as not to offend the Quakers, who were more of a majority, at the time.

    So what does Party of Lincoln oppose? The Religious Civil Rights of Founding Families, in the private matter of Gay Marriage!

    Queen hears Quakers' plea over gay marriage - UK - News - Evening Standard

    Many lessons of history are about religious fanatics, opposed to religious free exercise of rights according to one deity or another, or one version or another. Famously, in the Constitiution, there is also Amendment Two(?)!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!
    (Indeed, even in The Colonies, and their followers(?): Even the Reservation Indians have evolved!)
     
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    My quality firewall blocked the link so I would advise people not to click on to links supplied by gay radicals. Anyway it's likely that there were love affairs between farmers and their stock from time to time during the 18th century but I doubt seriously that there is any evidence that a Colonist during the time of the American Revolution openly supported the marriage of a man and a man or a woman and a woman.
     
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    Curious that among the first to take away religious rights are the Mormons, and the Evangelical Baptists.

    Deities and their versions abound, and noted: It doesn't even take a theology to shoot to kill(?)!

    And so anyone concludes that the Founding Muthers really had on concept of regulating marriages at all. The Catholics prohibited divoirce. The Protestants Supported divoirce. Atheists and Socialists can even support medical research, unlike the Romneys--doing all the hoarding instead.

    Many seem to think that the Romneys are some nature of cult!

    "Crow: James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!'
    (Lands of Many Nations not block Firewaters, or Firewalls, or Policy Discussions!)
     
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    And many do not.
     
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    The Romney / McCain nature of fallacy, of the meaning of Christian Community, makes most of RNC A cult. Believers are not encouraged to impoverish one-another, except at RNC!

    And yet the hoarding is a Civil Right. The Hoarding of the Credit Market Money, in the manner of investments into a computing that rewards the rich, and impoverishes the poor: Is a civil right. Banks and corporations pay interest and dividends. The Social Security COLA rewards the upper primary benefit amounts, impoverishing the lower primary benefit amounts. The University of California COLA rewards the upper paid faculty with the same percentage raise of the staff custodians: And even in the budget crisis. The student loan debt crisis is an outcome, and even now famously a policy problem.

    Clearly, Even teaching is not possible, at any grade level, without the doctoral degree: Unless it is believed that some kids are better than the other kids, and that all the other kids are not worth the extra effort.

    Anyone can spot the cult. Anyone can see the Civil Right. RNC intends to take Civil Rights away! No Civil Right exists to impose one version of religion on other religions. Anyone notes that America values orignate, even of the Founding Families.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Representative Bachmann Not Spot Cult--Or Even ShoeBox House: Maybe one of many of Senator McCain's!)
     
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