Paul Adams on Civil Rights
A: I am opposed to redefining the definition of marriage every five years as new minorities seek equal rights. However, I am for giving same sex unions, and any other type of union by consenting adults, equal rights under the umbrella of civil unions. I am a traditionalist when it comes to the definition of marriage. I see heterosexual marriage as the best model for the propagation of our species. It reflects the natural order of things in the animal kingdom, and coincides with the definition of marriage in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights. I also believe children should have a say in what kind of family they want to be raised. We have completely ignored children. (I have both gay and transgender friends, by the way, and I don't consider myself a bigot). Ultimately, I think that social issues that profoundly impact our society should be held to referendums, and not left to the interpretation of SCOTUS Justices.
A: I am for giving preference to women and minorities provided they can perform equally well as the applicants coming from a majority hub.
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