Until death do you part," the last of the "I do" questions asked during marriage creates a morally strong state of matrimony, which may take hard work and tears. The concept of marriage was introduced thousands of years ago in the Bible as "two fleshes becoming one" creating certain standards in our country endorsed by our founding fathers. Since America is viewed as a dominantly Christian country, why would it use some of today's non-Christian concepts like homosexuality to distort marriage? This would create a myriad of contradictions leading to many conflicts. Because marriage's original intent has recently become ignored, an inevitable battle has risen and been in progress for years over whether equal rights and equal protection against discrimination should be extended to homosexuals. This battle eventually expanded into the area of marriage, making it an extremely prevalent issue today. Even in the nation's capital, representatives are finding ways to make this alliance unlawful. This topic has been debated bringing up many valid points, but the fact still remains that homosexual marriages are wrong. We, as a country, should not condone such acts. Since marriage was endorsed in our country from its beginning by our founding fathers for the sole purpose of morally bonding a man and a woman together, gay marriage will only make problems creating a socially unstable environment, shattering biblical family values, and forcing the government to endorse more extreme lifestyles.
First, Homosexuality will undoubtedly create the problem of social instability. Since it has been historically known to stir up emotions and anger against Americans, endorsing gay marriage will make heterosexual union lose meaning. This will certainly make the partners of the heterosexual marriage angry and possibly hostile toward the homosexuals since they both get the same legal rights. In the entertainment industry, the thought of even showing a gay couple on television during its...
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