Scottish Government shifts the gay goalposts
Hitherto, we have been led to believe that the consultation in Scotland on the introduction of ‘gay marriage’ was a matter for the Scots alone: no-one else in any corner of the UK was able to vote.
However, yesterday the pro-‘gay marriage’ groups let it slip that they are asking people outside Scotland to respond, suggesting that the Scottish Government will accept non-Scottish responses.
So, with a nifty last-minute shift of the goalposts (the consultation closes tomorrow [Friday]), it now appears that ANYONE in the UK (and beyond?) can respond the Scottish Government's consultation on redefining marriage.
It is not clear if this crude democratic ‘consultation’ will be won by the side with the greatest number of supporters. But the pro-side claim to have gathered over 15,000 responses in favour of changing the definition of marriage. It is likely that many of these will be from outside Scotland.
If marriage is redefined in Scotland, then pressure will be greater for redefining marriage throughout the UK.
Please use THIS FORM to register your view, and URGENTLY pass it on to your family/friends/churches/synagogues/mosques/mandirs/gurdwaras/viharas. The consultation closes tomorrow (Friday 9th Dec). Every vote counts.
And please pray that the legal definition of marriage will be retained throughout the UK.