Most Americans disagree with you. Do you believe that Americans should be disenfranchised on this issue?I am an American Citizen, but to me it means nothing. I believe in gay marriages having the same rights as the rest of us in the world. I yself am not gay but I know friends that are gay and i have family that are gay. It really don't matter what you are, whether if its your color your culture your rase your religion and or your sexuality. I think everyone should have the right to marry who they love. NOBODY has the right to tell anyone who they can be with or who they CANNOT marry!!!!!!
To most of us, marriage is very different from any homosexual relationship. Marriage involves economically unequal genders and usually produces children. Marriage forms the basic building block of American Society. The state has a rational interest to be involved. If marriage ends, children and often "mommy track" mothers can fall to the state to support.
None of these factors apply to homosexual relationships.
Why do you feel the state should be involved in any legal homosexual relationship?
Why should such relationships receive discrimnatory benefits and subsidies at the cost of all other taxpayers?
Why shouldn't Americans be able to govern themselves on this issue?