On my post yesterday I said that, despite the legalization of same sex marriage, John and I had managed to stay together for fifty two years. I was being sarcastic (something I am wont to do) and referencing the caveat put up by some of the opponents to gay marriage to the effect that same sex marriage was a threat to traditional marriage.
I guess I should have used one of those winky-face emoticons. Several folks seemed puzzled by my statement and seemed, alas, to think that perhaps I was an opponent of same sex marriage and I hurried to explain myself.
So many of you who read this seem like old friends, though we've never met in the flesh and I tend to take it for granted that my friends are aware of my political and other views -- and will know when I'm being sarcastic or speaking tongue in cheek (that sounds nicer, doesn't it?)
For the record briefly: I'm a tree-hugging, bleeding-heart liberal yellow dog Democrat(and a gun owner with a concealed carry license just to keep things weird.)
I'm a non-believer who can quote a lot of scripture and a rational skeptic who is aware I haven't got all the answers.
And I'm definitely in favor of marriage equality.
I hope that clears that up.