Monday, April 7, 2008

We've Not Yet Seen It All (Justified... Anyway, but the story is not over yet)

"Each of you say that the other has provided care and affection that was missing in your marriage,"


"Emotions take over, as people no doubt realize. There are times during your life where emotions do rule the heart, it rules the head," he said.

"I knew it was illegal. Of course, I knew it was illegal but you know, so what."


Supposing these statements come from homosexuals? Guess again.

Same arguments, but perhaps the following quote will help you figure it out.

Deaves admitted that he "initially" thought having sex with his daughter was wrong.


This comes from Report: Reunited Father, Daughter Have Child Together.

Wouldn't surprise me if in the future some perverted humanist might suggest that if the medical problems can be fixed, then current methods for changing the psychological and social thinking regarding abortion and homosexuality (and atheism) can be used to justify incest as well.

It goes to show how from a humanist position, arguments can (/could) be made to justify anything the sinful nature want to participate in.

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