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Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Mayor suggests Jesus would allow same-sex marriage. City boss vows to take fight for homosexuals to schools, Congress, White House
Posted: November 18, 20089:44 pm Eastern© 2008 WorldNetDaily
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa told a crowd of cheering homosexuals that Jesus wouldn't discriminate against "gays," suggesting that God would allow same-sex marriage.
He then vowed to take the battle for homosexual marriage to schools, churches, Congress and the president.
Villaraigosa, former president of the ACLU of Southern California, addressed the "No on Prop 8" protest outside Los Angeles City Hall on Nov. 15.
"Some have said, 'Well Mr. Villaraigosa, I don't like your position on Proposition 8,'" the mayor said. "They said, 'Who are you to get involved in this issue?' Well, I think we got elected to stand up for a constitution."
He continued, "I think we got elected to stand up for the idea that in the eyes of the law and in the eyes of God, thou shalt not discriminate."
Protesters held signs stating, "Who would Jesus hate?" and "CA gays are the victims and Mormons are the persecutors."
Many chanted, "Yes we can!" – a slogan popularized by the Barack Obama campaign.
Villaraigosa suggested Jesus stood for individual rights, including "rights" to same-sex partnerships.
"You know, I didn't live – and none of us did – during the time of Jesus," he said. "But I like to believe that the Jesus I love, the Jesus I pray to, didn't just talk about being a shepherd. He knew that the role of the shepherd was to bring the flock in – all of the flock, every one of us. The constitution has always been a document that speaks out for rights, the fundamental rights of people, for the liberty that we cherish and love, for the liberty that we fight and die for."
Prop 8 protest outside Los Angeles City Hall, Nov. 15
Then the mayor promised to continue the fight for "gay" marriage beyond protests.
"We come today to begin a conversation because it's not just going to be about demonstrations," Villaraigosa said. "It's not just going to be about the Internet. We're going to have conversations in our neighborhoods, in our schools, in our churches and every civic institution, in our unions, in city hall and the halls of Congress and the legislature.
"We're going to take every opportunity to begin that conversation – all the way to the White House."

Jesus said: Mathew 5:17 "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil." Man's Rights are not higher than God's Law. God does not hate those who call themselves homosexuals, but he hates sin; would that everyone would repent and come to the saving grace of God, believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and be save. Romans 1:27 And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.

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