Friday, November 21, 2008

Another blow to traditional marriage

If I were single, eHarmony.com would be the dating website I would use most often, as it was founded by an evangelical Christian, has rather strict standards, and, for the most part at least, seems to attract wholesome and decent people. Thus it was more than a little disconcerting to me to learn earlier this week that as a result of a lawsuit brought against eHarmony.com by a gay man in New Jersey, the company is now required to cater to homosexuals as well. Along with other ominous portents, such as the continuing unrest in California over the passage of Proposition 8, I see this as an omen of things to come if same-sex marriages ever become legalized from sea to shining sea. And that, in turn, is likely to happen someday, when the U. S. Supreme Court suddenly discovers that the federal Constitution enshrines this "right," of which its unenlightened framers were, of course, entirely unaware.

Michelle Malkin weighed in on the issue with her column today. Read it here.

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