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Thread: Is the 'One England' drive for same sex marriage 'rights' alienating Christians?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron View Post
    Even the EDP rejected her? She must be bad then. (I thought I would stick to using her forum identity as she wishes.)
    Him ron, HIM. No woman unless he is a Lilly Savage wannabe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiemccaffery View Post
    Him ron, HIM. No woman unless he is a Lilly Savage wannabe.
    She prefers to be treated as a woman on here, she might even get dressed up before logging in. Sorry for painting that mental image...

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    I would like to wish all 'One England' supporters the very best during the Holiday Season!

    Is this message right on politically correct enough for you?

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    Best wishes to 'One England' for an ethnically diverse, gender neutral, sexual minority inclusive, Christian words and imagery free, atheistic winter holiday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caroline View Post
    Best wishes to 'One England' for an ethnically diverse, gender neutral, sexual minority inclusive, Christian words and imagery free, atheistic winter holiday!
    Pathetic!

    I would send you a Christmas card from One England but I am not sure if the address shown in the online BNP membership lists is still correct!
    Don't want to waste a stamp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caroline View Post
    I would like to wish all 'One England' supporters the very best during the Holiday Season!

    Is this message right on politically correct enough for you?
    To recieve such attention from someone with such impecable, neo-Nazi, credentials as 'caroline' civic nationalists must be doing something correct!

    As a Christian I wish all men, women and those who, like 'caroline', are unsure, a very Blessed Christmas.

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    The real reason the 'One England' party supports the touchstone liberal policy of gay marriage is the fact that it greatly desires putting explicit sexual conduct at the heart of the legal basis for gay relationships, rather than 'companionship' (as is currently the case with civil partnerships).

    Marriage between a man and a woman, in law, presumes a sexual relationship. A civil partnership does not.

    Why doesn't the 'One England' party start telling the truth about its flagship policy?

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    Unlike OE.
    You are obsessed with gay sex. Do you watch gay porn too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiemccaffery View Post
    Unlike OE.
    You are obsessed with gay sex. Do you watch gay porn too?
    I didn't think that the quality of conversation emanating from the 'One England' party's most prolific poster on here could sink any lower. But it has.

    'One England' party discussion is now truly in the gutter.

    You must be so proud.

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    The flagship equality policy of the 'One England' party - "We believe that the current system of marriage being only for different-sex couples and civil partnerships being only for same-sex couples is wrong, and leads to division" - supporting gay marriage is based upon the correct belief that under current law there is no legal presumption of a sexual relationship in a civil partnership.

    A civil partnership is currently based upon companionship, while a marriage between a man and a woman has a presumption of a sexual relationship. There are specific laws regarding marriage which do not apply to a civil partnership - such as setting aside a marriage due to adultery or annulling a marriage if one partner refuses to consumate it. There is no such legal provision for a civil partnership.

    So a civil partnership has no presumption, in law, upon there being a sexual relationship between partners.

    The 'One England' party dislikes this situation intensely, and wishes to see certain explicit conduct have a legal basis in gay marriage. But why doesn't 'One England' tell the public this?

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