You just ramble on, ugly. Requiring that a person marry someone of the opposite sex violates the 14th Amendment just like requiring they marry someone certain races did.<quoted text>
The Fourteenth Amendment also gives Congress the authority to uphold the correct definition of marriage. Section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment states that Congress has the power to enforce its provisions by appropriate legislation. That is to say, Congress may pass legislation that prevents states from violating Fourteenth Amendment rights. Pursuant to this power, for example, Congress has passed the various civil-rights statutes. Now, if marriage were redefined to include gay relationships, straight married couples would lose the unique burdens and privileges that come with traditional matrimony. Marriage is a public act: by redefining marriage to be what it is not, states would violate the right of all persons to receive the social benefits and uphold the social expectations of being wedded to a human being of the opposite sex.
And, you homophobes act as if people are trying to get rid of opposite sex marriage.
Didn't bother with the rest of your crap in that post. But it's clear, you aren't a Wiccan, why did you lie about that?