Suppose political reporters wanted to pretend to be anything vaguely approximating even-handed.
Hey, I said suppose. Stop laughing. Use your imagination, and work with me here.
We know they're going to ask every Republican presidential candidate deep and probing vital-issue-of-the-day questions like:
- Should "gays" be stoned?
- Would you go to a "gay" "wedding" if you were invited?
- Would you go to a "gay" "wedding" if it were your son or daughter?
- Is being "gay" a choice?
- Should people act on every sexual impulse they have? How can they tell which is which?
- If someone has a homosexual impulse, does he have a choice as to whether or not to act on it?
- Should adult children whose hearts move them to marry one or both of their parents be legally allowed to? Why or why not?
- How about adult siblings whose hearts move them to marry one or more of their siblings?
- Is being homosexual like being black or Asian? How is it different?
- Christians believe that Jesus can free people from being enslaved to destructive sexual impulses. Are they wrong?
- Jesus said that it was wrong to act out some sexual impulses. Was He wrong?
- If your son or daughter married a Christian who believed that homosexuality is a sin, would you attend the wedding?
- Followup: should bakers be required by law to cater such a wedding?
- Do you think Christians who believe in the Bible should be allowed to hold public office?
Feel free to offer your own.