Here's a thought for you, matt.
Did the framers of the Constitution consider for a monent the activities and/or rights of homosexuals while drafting that great document ?
Same sex marriage is only valid within the state where the couples live...but so long as they live there, THEY ARE FACTUALLY MARRIED! If they moved out of the state, they would not be. This isn't a hard concept, but it seems you'd like to make it one. If this couple moved to your state, then freaking obviously they wouldn't be married. Since they haven't done that, they are married.
Your state's vote on marriage does not mean that they aren't married, it means that IF they were to move to your state, they would no longer be considered married.
You seemed to have missed my point because you are so focused on same-sex marriage. You must think about it more than I do!
I was pointing out other things I don't think they could conceive when writing our founding documents: women voting and holding office, a person of African descent being president, etc.
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