posted on Feb, 20 2004 @ 11:19 PM
IMO, the constitution is now as intangible as the Judeo-Christian values that it was allegedly based upon, but the state based upon the church values
is a different arguement that I won't starte here.
Gay marriage, gay marriage, gay marriage. I personally have no problem with it. If Eric and Tommy or Michelle and Renae want to get married, good
for them. Morally speaking, the two people are in love, good for them. Sexually speaking, if they practice sex with their life partner, whether they
are married to them are not, and are monogamous, good for them.
As for the constitution only recognizing heterosexual marriages, should the government and states recognize marriages that did not take place in a
Christian manner at all? Let's say two Hindus get married on Amerikan soil, is their marriage legitimate? How about two Wiccans?
This is a topic that is entirely too open for debate, except that no one wants to hear anyone's opinion but their own.