Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Dr. Bill Maier

Dr.(?) Bill Maier was a guest on a recent radio talk show I was listening to while driving home from work. I couldn't believe what I was hearing. His latest book is all about the "evils" of same sex marriage. He offered up statistics of several states such as Oregon, a liberal state where 67% of the population were against the legalization of same sex unions. More such statistics were offered over the course of the interview.

Finally, the interviewer asked him if the statistics were reversed and the majority of people supported same sex marriage, would he then change his position.

"Definitely not" he replied. "They would all be wrong!"

It's no wonder that Dr.(?) Maier is James Dobson's partner-in-crime at Focus on the Family.

In addition Dr.(?) Maier went on to express his view that homosexuality is not something you're born with but rather something that you learn and there is no evidence that exists to support the former theory.

I'm sure his parents will be happy to know that their hard earned money wasn't wasted on Dr.(?) Maier's education at the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University in La Mirada, California. (Yes I know, I never heard of it either).

CLASSIFICATION: EVIL

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:44 PM

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  2. A typical Republican response.

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  3. I heard the same interview (on WOR in New York City) but I'm afraid you've got the facts wrong.

    Maier said that it's clear that the majority of Americans are opposed to same-sex marriage, and quoted numerous polls and recent election results to bolster his case. He then pointed out (accurately) that gay advocates are attempting to circumvent the democratic process on this issue by finding activist judges who will do their bidding and force same-sex marriage on the American public.

    The host of the radio show then asked him if there would be reasons to oppose gay marriage even if the majority of Americans were in FAVOR of it. Maier said yes, and responded with numerous sound, sociological and philosophical arguments in defense of natural, heterosexual marriage. He made his case by quoting from peer-reviewed, social science studies by researchers at Princeton, Rutgers, and Yale. The guy was reasonable and persuasive, even though we may disagree with him.

    If you're gonna blast a conservative, at least make sure you have your facts straight.

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  4. I don't think we heard the same interview at all. It's obvious that you are a homophobe but that doesn't give you the right to fabricate the truth.

    The right for gays to marry should not be decided by the democratic process at all. The majority of Americans voted for Bush but that didn't make it the correct choice.

    If same sex marriage negatively impacts heterosexual marriage as Maier states then why does Massachusetts, which allows same sex marraige, have the lowest divorce rate in the country? Don't be selective about facts.

    Maier is a hate monger in the same class as Dobson, Falwell, Robertson and Wildmon.

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