They were also spiritual men for the most part, and gay marriage wasn't a thought for what, 300 more years? So is it a stretch to think that they would have no thought of it? I don't believe so.<quoted text>Actually, it makes no difference to me what your founding fathers thought, and I would not try to claim what Washington would have thought about gay marriage. Man does not know what is in another mans heart. But, your statement, "The founding fathers roll over in their graves thinking gay couples would ever exist" is just ridiculous. Gay couples have always existed. It makes no sense that you would paint your founding fathers as so uneducated, unless of course that is your perception of them.
Pearl, do you have a negative attitude all the time? You seem very unhappy.