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Monday, July 19, 2004


"I would argue that the future of our country hangs in the balance because the future of marriage hangs in the balance," said Sen. Rick Santorum.

The sky is falling according to Sen. Santorum of Pennsylvania;

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Drop him a line. Try to cheer up the guy, he's obviously very down. The very fabric of our society is in the balance.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - "The U.S. has gone from the most marrying society in the world to one with the most divorces and unwed mothers, damaging the welfare of children in the process, a study on marriage released Friday said.

"If we're concerned about teen pregnancies, Illegitimacy, deadbeat dads and children in poverty, then we can no longer ignore the common denominator behind these problems -- the steady weakening of marriage as the primary institution for raising children," the authors of "Marriage in America: A Report to the Nation'" said of their two-year study.

The authors include Rutgers University Sociology Prof. David Popenoe, and Jean Bethke Elshtain, Professor of Social and Political Ethics at the University of Chicago Divinity School. They conclude that the decline of marriage is mainly responsible for the deteriorating well-being of children. "

It seems the very fabric of society is falling apart very nicely on it's own without the help of homosexuals. The state of marriage in this country already is a joke, so why not let everybody in on it.

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