Re: Shapes of a Wedge

From: wallyshoes <>
Date: Thu Jun 10 2004 - 19:54:58 EDT

"Slippery slope"? Massachusetts has already slipped down much of it. We shall
lead you into the future. As a tax paying member of liberated Kennedyland, I
invite you to peruse the type of things that go on here. It's not just about

Where I think you can get the actual tape

In the schools now, sex education includes the state mandated aspects of
homosexual and lesbian sex as well as heterosexual.

One teacher told my daughter that: "You Christians have had your way in the past
and now it is our turn".


Ted Davis wrote:

> I think George's concerns about a slippery slope leading from homosexual
> marriage to polygamy/polyandry and on to incest is entirely on target.
> Historically, the statehood of Utah depended on Mormons conceding to
> traditional Christian opposition to polygamy. In other words, it was a
> simple political power play, in which majority religious opinion overcame
> the minority who wanted admission to the Union. If homosexual marriage is
> legally recognized, the basis (ie, Christian views and Jewish views for two
> millenia or more) for opposition to the other possibilties evaporates--at
> least where consistency is concerned.
> As for bestiality, I recall one of my prof in grad school (a prominent
> philosopher who wrote lesbian novels under a pseudonym) saying that there is
> no such thing as a consenting sheep. It would be very interesting, to see
> animal rights activists defending our barnyard friends from sexual relations
> with humans, when some of the same folks might well not have any consistent
> basis to defend young boys (who might perhaps be construed to be giving
> consent) from being sodomized, indeed they might perhaps advocate that.
> This all comes back to a little axiom that occurred to me long ago, "When
> there are no rules, there are no rules."
> ted

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In any consistent theory, there must
exist true but not provable statements.
(Godel's Theorem)
You can only find the truth with logic
If you have already found the truth
without it. (G.K. Chesterton)
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