What a bigoted ignorant statement. The Founding Fathers knew that they had established the eventual demise of slavery.
Moreover, equating a difference in skin color, and the result of mating behavior based on orientation are two very distinct issues. Especially in a military setting.
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For your convenience, here is my post for those with poor reading comprehension skills:
The framers of the Constitution also didn't consider people of certain races to be 100% human, as evidenced by the fact they only counted as 3/5 of a person in the census. Let's see, how did that turn out? Is that still in place?
For those with poor reading comprehension, let me explicitly state the point here: Not everything that was in place over 200 years ago was right. Some things were later deemed to be wrong and were amended, as they should have been. Denying rights to people because of their sexual orientation is one other item that falls into this category. Things evolve during human history. Currently, gays have the legal right to marry in the state of California. This is a simple fact.
My post exposed the ignorance and bigotry you are seeking to pass off.
Slavery has come and gone and come again. Is that the 'evolution' you are speaking of??? As to calling ss couples married? In all of human history, it has NEVER established itself.
Marriage however, has been present in every single culture.