There is no rational argument against gay marriage. On of the stranger attempts at one is the "forced on us" nonsense. Nothing is being forced on you. You won't be forced to marry someone of the same sex. You can't be forced to accept anything.<quoted text>
And THAT is so exactly the point, that I am surprised that it hasn't been said before (even though it HAS). They scream about US wanting more government control, while they use EXACTLY that to further their agenda. The whole issue is about using the government to force it upon us, instead of staying out the whole area.
And then there are the red herrings, like polygamy.Again, I ask, why not polygamy ?
Should polygamy be allowed?
Well, that's an interesting question.
It's just not an equal rights issue.
If you are really interested in discussing polygamy, I'm sure you can find a forum, or start one, on the subject.
You can't come up with a rational argument against gay marriage.What law prevents it ? The same law that they argue against. The LAW, at all. If the law has decreed that interference with marriage rights is wrong, then polygamy should be as legal as SSM. But the gays are quick to use that law to legislate what is allowed, while crying about government deciding against them. Either the government has the right to decide (at all), or it doesn't (at all). If not, then polygamy must be allowed. THAT fact is unavoidable. But, it seems, that the gays are merely being selective about what rights the government may dictate, and which rights are off-limits. Insane. Selective favoritism is the name of the game. Elitism. Nothing more.