Andrew Scheer Gay Speech 2005
To be a leader for all Canadians, the Conservative Party leader should now end his lifelong boycott of Pride events and explain whether he would still deny same-sex couples the right to marry, as he said in Parliament. pic.twitter.com/5WEyja6Ov5
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[Andrew Scheer Gay Speech 2005]
[Andrew Scheer In 2005 (Regina-Qu’Appelle, SK) (Conservative / Conservateur):]
There is nothing more important to society than the raising of children, for its very survival requires it. Homosexual unions are by nature contradictory to this. There is no complementarity of the sexes. Two members of the same sex may use their God-given free will to engage in acts, to cohabit and to own property together. They may commit themselves to monogamy.
They may pledge to remain in a loving relationship for life.
In that sense they have many of the collateral features of marriage, but they do not have its inherent feature, as they cannot commit to the natural procreation of children. They cannot therefore be married.
“How many legs would a dog have if you counted the tail as a leg?” The answer is just four. Just because you call a tail a leg doesn’t make it a leg. If this Bill [C-38] passes, governments and individual Canadians will be forced to call a tail a leg, nothing more – but that is not inconsequential, for its effect on marriage, such an integral building block of our society, would have far-reaching effects.
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