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woberto Report This Comment
Date: September 22, 2017 06:10PM

Legalise same sex marriage, Yes or No?
Australia is having a postal vote to determine if there is enough support to bring a bill forward.
Australia is having a postal vote because every politician knows it is suicide to bring such a bill.
If the voting is not corrupted then we will see a resounding No.
Hopefully it will all just go away after that but never underestimate the PC army.
If different wording is used and the actual legislation discussed then this will eventally get through but not if you keep trying to amend the Marriage Act.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: September 23, 2017 07:26AM

Whatever 2 consenting adults do behind closed doors is no ones business but theirs, however, that isn't what such moves to legalize gay marriage is really about.

What seems to lie at the root of these moves is the forced legitimization of a social union by a minority segment of society that the bulk of the population still rejects as a valid social construct star
wars fighting

woberto Report This Comment
Date: September 24, 2017 07:57AM

Less than 1% in Australia. Talk about the squeaky wheel.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: September 25, 2017 01:39AM

The LGBTQ segment here is like .001% and they've successfully turned the whole hetero majority into their whipping boys, so ... monty

pulse Report This Comment
Date: September 25, 2017 09:14AM

Wife and I received our voting forms today.

It's one of those things. I don't care what people do to or with each other; if it doesn't affect me, it doesn't bother me. But I'm not sure what we gain by allowing every minority to force their ways of life into constitutional laws.

This is one of those ones though that will never go away. If it gets defeated this time, it will be back. Eventually, it will be approved. And it's not like a few years after it's approved anybody will ever create a bill to revoke it. It'll come back until it gets passed, and it'll never go away again.

It's like Brexit. It was voted for, it will now happen and there's no turning back; but it was one of those ones that was going to keep rearing its head until it succeeded.

Anyway, I'm not for it or against it. I just don't care.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: September 25, 2017 09:23AM

progressivism always wins because they are relentless.
that being said, they really haven't won any acceptance, all they did was make people give up so that they will shut up and pass whatever they want.
it sure would be nice to see a politician with backbone enough to say FUCK YOU you are a minority and the majority wins.
woberto Report This Comment
Date: November 15, 2017 05:55PM

The Yes vote won 60/40.

I am surprised by that but during the course of the whole "debate" I actually changed my mind a few times.
If they had the same postal vote again next month is would probably be 70/30 and then a few months later 80/20 because it's an awareness issue. When you see all the information and hear the "debate" you just want it to be over with and let people do what they want so long as it doesn't bother you.
Religion won't change any time soon but the rest of us can change.
pulse Report This Comment
Date: November 15, 2017 08:13PM

I still don't care. Doesn't change my life

60% of people are happy, yay. 40% are not, whatever.

I get it, I'd care more if I was in that 1%. And good luck to them.

I live in the electorate of Melbourne that had the highest "yes" vote in the state, in the highest "yes" voting state in the country. But that's just like saying you live in San Francisco. Of course they'll vote yes, it was never in doubt. Over 80% yes in my area.