Yes, they do, and have since they were married here, and still will be even if prop 8 is upheld, I know you cant comprehend that part... takes a little education.<quoted text>
But then, these words, right here: "But right now, they do," grant validity to these words, right here: "So, these rights were not always present for the gays, making my statement correct. These "rights" have been granted, then removed again. now, it is in flux.". It's all about the context of the timeline. Not always means that they had to have been granted, at a time when it was not legal. Making me correct. No "rights" have been denied, they were wrongly bestowed. That is the only wrong going on, here. The 18,000 need to be annulled. Then, we'll be back on track. Where we belong.
No they will not force the annulment of 18,000 marriages... that will not happen. I can imagine the lawsuits
Did you want to make a wager?