Bleys, good point. I'm pretty much split on this issue. I've learned new things about the issue that have made me change my position, then change again, and so on and so forth. I've decided just to remain neutral.
I mean, on one half the religious side of me kicks in and says that since marriage is a religious ceremony, getting married under the pretense of what
is considered a sin in said religion is hypocritical at best. My logic tells me that since gay couples can't reproduce, they shouldn't be given the
rights that are given to straight couples to help them support their families.
However, this all takes away the "Human-ness" of it. It just wouldn't feel right to have a national ban placed on something like this. I WAS for
civil union, until I realized that it didn't grant them...anything. I think if I was forced to make a decision, I'd say leave it up to the
-Just my two cents.