Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Is Marriage Obsolete? Uh, NO.

The Washington Post asked the On Faith Panel this week, "Is Marriage Obsolete?" A new poll showed that nearly 40% of Americans think it is becoming so.

You can read my Washington Post response here:


Which is puzzling when at least more than half of adults will marry in their lifetime and two thirds think marriage and family are in good shape.

What's even more puzzling is that the very organizations that are most worried about the "state of the union" as the National Marriage Project cleverly called it are those who oppose allowing same sex couples to marry.

The anti-clerical, anti-gay voices are already leaving their comments on my Washington Post blog. Can you take a moment and add a supportive comment?

1 comment:

bronstein72 said...

made in his/her image.