Absolute Rights is providing content and insight on the hottest topics circulating through the web and beyond.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 04, 2013
The latest op-ed piece from Absolute Rights, the fastest growing news and opinion site on the web, has been published to the company’s popular website. Written by contributor Brent Dickerson, the article focuses on the left versus right battle in the gay marriage debate.
“There is much to deplore of the neo-statist’s liberal way of thinking in modern American society, but the most revolting belief of these mental defectives is the idea that human nature, tradition, and historical evidence should be forgotten, unless it supports their deluded worldview,” Dickerson said in the article.
“Leftist liberals hate tradition, they hate our founding, and most importantly they hate our country as was originally constituted,” opined Dickerson. His strong feelings about the subject add a conservative perspective to the article’s overall voice and tone.
“Marriage is no different than any other historical or traditional belief held by Americans,” said the article. “The left will stop at nothing to tear down the sanctity of marriage no matter how many cultures and religions uphold it as a sacrosanct institution.”
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