For the same reason women couldn't vote, many of the founders were bigots.<quoted text>
Due to the lengthy amounts of posts, by you, I am not going to answer them all, as I would run of time for sleep, and that would be dangerous, given what I do for a living. But sometimes, I just have to slap the shit out of you. So here goes...It isn't just MY opinion, it's the opinion of the vast amount of people that have already lived and died. If the Founders wished for that kind of equality to exist, then why weren't gays getting married 200 years ago ?
Well, it's now.Easy. They were always considered to be aberrations, up until now.
Nothing says "common sense" like slavery and murder of innocent Natives.They were not considered by the Founders as a serious threat to the society that they were creating, they had common sense.
Wiccan, yeah right.As for the amount of "legally" married couples now in existence, it is because some key lawyers and politicians and such have taken over key positions and decided to inundate us with idiocy. Legislate us into "Idiocracy". Easily answered, and have a good night, a$$hole.