Denying equal rights for polyamorists is "not an equal rights issue". Priceless!<quoted text>
That's the whole point. Polygamist or not, a person can only marry one person. Equal.
Pay attention this time, dummy. I didn't say the number restriction should or shouldn't be maintained. I'm just pointing out it's not an equal rights issue. Should the number restriction be maintained? Well, why not start a forum on polygamy and discuss that issue?
Gay marriage is an equal rights issue.
A man can marry a woman, so a woman should have that same right.
A woman can marry a man, so a man should have that same right.
Plural marriage? Why not start a forum about the topic?
Could it be you really don't give a damn about it?
Jesus H, take notes this time...
The opposite sex requirement gives men and women unequal rights WRT the gender of the person they can marry. The one spouse at a time requirement gives everybody the same rights WRT the number of people they can marry. That doesn't mean it's a good requirement, just not an equal rights issue.
Hey, I have an idea, why don't you start a forum and talk about the issues that would be involved in plural marriages?
Slippery slope and red herring. Slippery herring? Sounds kinda suggestive. Red slope? Not much better.
Each issue can stand or fall on its own merits.
Ever consider starting a forum to talk about the issues involved in plural marriages?
Who else's rights do you consider "not an equal rights issue"?
See if that flies in court, Miss Thing.