Be kind to your pets and all animals all around. They might one day be known as the great-grandparents of the animals your children or your grandchildren or your great-grandchildren will opt to take as husbands and wives. Bestiality will be legalized within a decade in the United States of America and elsewhere, that's a given looking at the degradation of family values going downhill at breakneck speed.
Once you get yourself on that slippery slope of depravity, that's it. Same sex marriage led to adoption of children by gays, which in turn will give society a huge big percentage of the population that will be totally dysfunctional and dependent on social services. Now, the next big milestone on that slippery slope is the ruling in Utah that has decriminalized polygamy.
It's only logical to assume that after full polygamy status is achieved in the USA, the question of legalizing bestiality will crop up. It will crop up in the sense that "relationships" between a human and an animal will be forced to be accepted by society. Soon after that, you can expect to have those "relationships" recognized by the State whether society can handle it or not.
If you are labelling my person as a hateful and loathsome individual for the above statements ... think back to what your parents or grandparents would have said if they were told in their day about same sex marraige being legalized. They would have ostracized anybody even uttering such "nonsense" .... right? Look where we are now and think for a moment where we might be going!
How relieved and victorious the Muslim population of the USA must be feeling today. This has been a great victory for not only the "Christian" polygamist groups but also a tremendous victory for Islam in America.
Jeff Johnston, sexuality and marriage analyst for Focus on the Family, said this case “piggy-backs on same-sex cases that legalize same-sex marriage.”
“What these cases do,” he said, “is put adults ahead of the children. That’s the way we’ve moved in our culture — we’ve made marriage more about the wants and needs of adults rather than kids. The judge is just following this ‘logic,’ which is leading to same-sex marriage in different states.”...
...This Utah Judge cited Lawrence v Texas, the US Supreme Court opinion wherein Justice Kennedy made that bizarre statement - at the heart of liberty is the right to define one's own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life.. ...
...The precedent established in the Windsor opinion left no room for any limitation on what can constitute a marriage under its rationale. The US Supreme Court had no authority to redefine marriage. It acted beyond its proper constitutional role and contrary to the Natural Moral Law which transcends religions, culture, and time. It unleashed a whirlwind. On December 13, 2013, a Federal District Court Judge named Clark Waddoups struck down the guts of the State law which outlaws polygamy in Utah. In a 91 page decision in a case style Brown v. Buhman, he held that the Statute was "facially unconstitutional" because it included a prohibition against those who cohabit....
SALT LAKE CITY, UT (Catholic Online) - In a July 15, 2013 article in the American Prospect, Boston College Law Professor Kent Greenfield told a truth many Cultural Revolutionaries behind the movement to change the definition of marriage had long denied. The article was entitled The Slippery Slope to Polygamy and Incest and can be read here.
The Law Professor began with this assessment: It's been a few weeks since the victories in the marriage cases at the Supreme Court, and maybe it's time for the political left to own up to something. You know those opponents of marriage equality who said government approval of same-sex marriage might erode bans on polygamous and incestuous marriages?
They're right. As a matter of constitutional rationale, there is indeed a slippery slope between recognizing same-sex marriages and allowing marriages among more than two people and between consenting adults who are related. If we don't want to go there, we need to come up with distinctions that we have not yet articulated well.......
....While gay marriage advocates have sought to distance themselves from anything that smacked of approval for polygamy, Waddoups’s ruling merely illustrates what follows from a legal trend in which longstanding definitions are thrown out. The inexorable logic of the end of traditional marriage laws leads us to legalized polygamy. Noting this doesn’t mean that the political and cultural avalanche that has marginalized opposition to gay marriage is wrong. But it should obligate those who have helped orchestrate this sea change and sought to denigrate their opponents as bigots to acknowledge that the end of prohibitions of other non-traditional forms of marriage follows inevitably from their triumph.....
....All that is needed is a little candor on this issue on the part of critics of the dwindling band of opponents of gay marriage. The floodgates have been opened, and if that makes some of us uncomfortable, especially those who understandably view polygamy as synonymous with the exploitation of women, then we should be honest enough to acknowledge that it is merely part of the price that had to be paid to give gays the same right to marry afforded to other citizens.
....Analogizing homosexuality to bigamy, polygamy, incest, bestiality, and pedophilia made Santorum infamous. Syndicated columnist Dan Savage even campaigned to turn “santorum” into a byword for sexual waste as revenge.
But the Supreme Court eventually ruled that anti-sodomy laws were unconstitutional in Lawrence, and Judge Waddoups used that very ruling Friday to strike a blow against Utah’s anti-polygamy law.....
.... Polygamy and the Marriage Free-fall. Marriage in America is in a state of free-fall, and it’s the confluence of American attitudes and legal rulings that are responsible for helping push it off the cliff.
On Friday night, a George W. Bush judicial appointee, Judge Clark Waddoups, struck down a part of Utah’s law against polygamy in a 91-page ruling. The case drew nationwide attention because the plaintiff, Kody Brown, is the star of TLC’s Sister Wives, a reality show depicting the life of a polygamist family.
Waddoups’ ruling is fairly limited, insisting that the state’s ban on “religious cohabitation” is unconstitutional, and therefore should no longer be criminalized. The judge left intact the portion of the law that prohibits an individual from obtaining a marriage license while already legally married.
So, according to the ruling’s logic, it is illegal to have more than one legal spouse, but informal, private, or lifestyle polygamy is no longer illegal.
Waddoups’s ruling can’t be viewed in isolation from the events that preceded it, especially the debate over same-sex marriage and the larger effort to undo the norms of family life. Social change, for good or ill, rarely happens at a single moment in time, but over time as the sum total of a thousand smaller events. This Friday night in Utah was one such event.
In his ruling, Judge Waddoups cites the 2003 Supreme Court decision Lawrence v. Texas that rendered Texas’s anti-sodomy law unconstitutional. He even quotes Justice Kennedy’s line that “Liberty protects the person from unwarranted government intrusions into a dwelling or other private places.”
In a now-famous dissent in Lawrence, Justice Scalia predicted that the Court’s action in Lawrence in entering moral debates would have the effect of mainstreaming any and all sexual activity under the rubrics of liberty and privacy. As Scalia noted in his 2003 dissent, “State laws against bigamy, same-sex marriage, adult incest, prostitution, masturbation, adultery, fornication, bestiality, and obscenity. . . . Every single one of these laws is called into question by today’s decision.”............