Chambless: "What about prostitution, drugs?"

Jack Chambless writes an opinion column for the Orlando Sentinel, and describes himself as married, Christian, and heterosexual. In this good read from July 1, he is also supportive of the Supreme Court decision on gay rights, and wonders aloud when the same privacy laws will extend to prostitution and drugs.

I know a lot of people who are also married, Christian and heterosexual. I know that many, if not most of them, are extremely disturbed that the nation's highest court has extended rights to gays, who are morally offensive to so many Americans, and would recoil at the thought of prostitution and drugs being legalized. This reaction tells me two things. First, it indicates that many Americans have a fundamental disrespect for -- or worse -- little knowledge of the U.S. Constitution. Second, it seems to suggest that many Christians don't know much about Christianity.

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Im sure he's trying to

Im sure he's trying to support the consitution. I believe an ammendment is wrong, however the bible does condem Homosexuality in many chapters, in both old and new testaments. Please read the bible and realize that GOD does not accept homosexuality amongst its followers. No gays allowed in GOd's kingdom. There should not be a constitutional ammendment to ban gay marriages. Everyones is free to do whatevr they please with their bodies. Just keep clear that the bible does not accept Homosexuality.