Topic, should gay marriage be legal. Talk amongst yourselves.
Could not freakin resist it.
Of course. It is here in Maryland.
Well, duh.... yes.
All objections I've seen are based on some sort of religious law or something.
Take religion out of the mix, and it becomes a civil rights issue.
But as long as our politicians bow down before an imaginary sky being, liberty will be cheated.
All Hail the Flying Spaghetti Monster!
http://lesbianlife.about.com/cs/wedd...lgmarriage.htmMost Americans, perhaps with the exception a few in white robes, will agree that the ban on interracial marriages is nothing more than prejudice at work. Soon, we will look back at the arguments against same-sex marriages and see, like the ban on interracial marriages, that they are backed by nothing more than bigotry, prejudice and fear.
"Gay marriage" is an oxymoron.
You want to be homosexual ? Go be homosexual. There's pretty much nothing stopping you from that endeavor in this country.
But you want the rest of us to pretend that two men (or two women) are the same as a man+a woman ?
That's literally insane.
Absolutely. Though minus this, half the posters here would have nothing to rant about.
I personally don't care one way or the other as it doesn't affect me. I just don't think it would be right to force any church to marry anyone if it is against their beliefs. Churches should be granted immunity from discrimination laws.
I don't support it but it should be left to the legislatures in each state. It should not be imposed from Washington.
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