My beliefs do not condone homosexuality, but that does not negate my constitutional argument. You just have to look at history. Also, my feelings aside, I think homosexuality is a fact of life — albeit at a proportion that should make it insignificant for public policy — and therefore I am not against legal protections for medical reason, inheritance, etc. Just do not call it marriage, because that is for a man and woman, alone.
Fairness and civil rights have been the concepts that have crept into this discussion, and I think Americans’ basic and inherent desire for fairness have allowed the homosexual proponents to usurp any high ground the Constitution might afford to marriage.
I am left-handed in a right-handed world; where are my civil rights? I was born left-handed. That is like the color of my skin.
Homosexuals want marriage because they know that is the last vestige to take from society. With that pelt on their belts, they have become mainstream and will have acceptance. They will be told they are no different than anyone else who is heterosexual.
They are just fooling themselves, and somewhere in the future they will find out how wrong they have been.
‘How close will itbe to your house?’
Turbines are going to catch fire. We have stated this in some of our presentations to our elected officials.
Wind companies can put on classes for local emergency responders and make it look like all their bases are covered and everyone is perfectly safe. But when it comes down to it, the tactic of “isolate and deny entry” is the only tactic that will be able to be used by any emergency service.
As well meaning and capable as any fire department is, when you have something that is 500-feet tall and spinning, you are outmatched. They will block off roads, evacuate houses and stand back and watch what happens with the rest of us.