I suggested earlier that tax incentives be eliminated, as I support a flat tax for all.
I also agree with the removal of no-fault divorce; when a contract is breached, parties are at fault and any settlement should reflect such determination.
So...you agree that marriage is not merely a religious construct?
Do you see the problem with that?
Government has injected itself into the equation for its own purposes.
That's what happens when lawyers get involved.
But that acknowledgment does not alter the definition of marriage as a union between one man and one woman.
Take a close look at what I wrote.<quoted text>
You've been trapped by your own words Tippy.
You've acknowledged that marriage is a contract. Just who do think one turns to when a contract is violated?
Have a nice night.
Then ask yourself why you didn't notice what I wrote before you jumped to your mistaken conclusions involving mutual exclusion.