‘Yes’ letter ignores restrictive agenda of same-sex camp
The recent well-written letter by Tony Evers (Fear muddies debate waters, September 14) in support of marriage equality suggests the direction we should be going to make us all warm and fuzzy for a positive future. Tony in his recommendation to vote “yes” advises us the Marriage Act was altered by “a brief moment less than 20 years ago in Parliament without any consultation”.
Is that the Marriage Amendment Bill 2004, “to define marriage and prevent same-sex couples from adopting children from overseas countries and a lot more”. Or have you another interpretation of another event?
The simple fact is a minority group has chosen a direction and we have all been loving towards that direction.
Unfortunately, they have chosen to use their new power to convince our Government to create legislation that restricts comment against their agenda. The continual insult to Christianity and values of our past in an attempt to create a society that has no relevance to a positive future may make minority groups happy. If I dare use assumed derogatory terms to put my point forward, police will be knocking on my door, nobody will read this because the media will be restricted.