Ironic isn't it, the very form of legal marriage you support other than monogamous, conjugal, husband and wife, is same sex, has opened the door to the form of marriage, polygamy, you don't support. Every victory for SSM is also a victory for the eventual legalization of plural marriage.<quoted text>
Maybe this will help you to understand... I support marriage equality for same-gender couples and opposite-gender couples. I do not support polygamy.
Your continuous and contrived astonishment of my position on this issue does not sway me.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor brought it up while questioning former U.S. Solicitor General Ted Olson, a Republican who argued that gay marriage is an individual right and should be protected by the Constitution.
"If you say that marriage is a fundamental right, what state restrictions could ever exist?" Sotomayor asked before referencing polygamy and incest among adults.
How can one prohibit polygamy between consenting adults, if marriage is a fundamental right? What state restrictions, as long as the parties are consenting adults, could ever exist?