A few weeks ago, a blog (which one it was I can’t now remember) linked Jane Galt’s really long post about gay marriage. I started reading it online and thought she raised some valid points, so, being busy, decided to print the whole thing out so I could give it the attention it deserves.
I finally got to it on Wednesday and had hoped to blog on it this week, but, well, Connecticut’s Republican governor signed her state’s civil unions bill–and knew I needed to get to that first.
Anyway, I found Ms. Galt’s post most engaging. I underlined select passages and scribbled notes in the margins. If I wasn’t so lacking in energy today (probably due to lack of sleep from staying up late to blog on the Pentheus and Nutmeg State then waking early the following day to research same-sex initiation rituals in Melanesia).
As I’ve been a bit slow in blogging, I recommend Ms. Galt’s post, quite possibly the best piece which “probably falls,” as its author puts it, “on the side of supporting the anti-gay-marriage forces,” thus, a must read for serious advocates of gay marriage.
-Dan (AKA GayPatriotWest): GayPatriotWest@aol.com