Glenn Beck: Gay Marriage Leads to Polygamy

Beck offers his groundbreaking theory that gay marriage will lead to polygamy (groundbreaking in terms of moronitude).

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Comment by Gaytor on May 14, 2009 at 4:25pm
Beck says, "If that's what the country decides, then that's what the country decides."

I think that we've decided on polygamy, so what's he getting at? As long as you aren't in the military, having an affair is not illegal. It's for a couple to decide if that is O.K. with them. Polygamy is different from marriage between two people. Now what intellectually honest argument was it that we can't make?

As for bigotry, yeah, Obama's stance is no different than Prejean's. I'll buy that. What is the source of that bigotry? The Holy Bible. If you hold on to that point long enough Glenn, we'll socially outcast the source of that hate just like KKK, Neo Nazi's, etc. I'm a gonna pray he keeps showing the source of hate.

O Heavenly Father, please continue to show the genius that is your wisdom to those of us whom don't follow you. May you continue to use Fox News to polarize us until you are no longer acceptable to all people. In your name I pray..
Comment by Miles Donovan on May 14, 2009 at 9:12pm
I fail to see what his problem with polygamy is. Marriage should not be a state matter anyway.

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