13 November 2016

Gay Marriage Supporters in Australia Are Just Scared Much

Australian Marriage
Australian gay activists in the Land Down Under claimed for several years now that gay marriage is widely popular and Australian everywhere are supporting its adoption. However, their claims are, like any other things they spout, are empty.

They even convinced the Australian parliament last 7 November to reject the government's proposal for a national vote on whether to legalize same-sex marriage. Why? Because it will prove to everyone that Australian do not want it and doesn't want to have anything to do with miscreant behavior.

The upper house Senate voted 33-29 against the coalition government's bid to hold a plebiscite on the issue.

Attorney-General George Brandis and his despicable ilk introduced the bill into the Senate, where the government does not hold an outright majority, despite expectation the opposition Labor and Greens parties would scupper it.

The government has repeatedly warned that a defeat would delay same-sex marriage in Australia for years, which prompted the few and the loud faeries to block any form of national consensus. \

Instead of letting everyone in Australia decide what is good for their country, gay activists want to play with everyone's lives and force them to blindly accept their immoral lifestyle.

What gays and lesbians lobbyists want is to avoid a plebiscite and wants a direct vote in parliament instead.

Debate on gay marriage in Australia has gone on for more than a decade and conservative Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull hoped to resolve the issue via a plebiscite on February 11.

Marriage, as defined in the Australian Marriage Amendment Act 2004, means the union of a man and a woman to the exclusion of all others, voluntarily entered into for life.

This federal legislation makes it clear that if the states pass any laws in relation to same-sex marriage they will be invalid. The Marriage Act would firstly have to be amended and then Federal Parliament would have to pass a law making same-sex marriage legal.