They aren't second class citizens, they share all the rights of the majority, but that doesn't satisfy. So, they want to redefine marriage for everyone. Don't blame me for your poorly considered political goals.It is arguing to hold them as second class citizens with less than equal protection of the law.
It's untrue to write: Gays "have no right to speak freely, worship the religion of your choosing, carry a firearm, etc." It's like arguing, you can't label something that never existed before the 21st Century in written law, a "right" then call everyone who disagrees, oppressive insulting bigots. Nice try though, I'm sure you'll get props.It would be like me arguing that you have no right to speak freely, worship the religion of your choosing, carry a firearm, etc. Would you find that insulting, if I implied that you were somehow lesser and not worthy of equal protection under the law?
Same sex marriage isn't about freedom or equality; it's about rewriting marriage law for everyone to satisfy a mascot victim group. Same sex marriage is like a pity f^ck.Your points are, as usual, highly disingenuous. You are trying to conflate fictitious religious hypothetical, with a very real movement to deny equal protection of the laws to some people.
I'll bet you find that insulting too. Truth hurts.
I'm arguing against Sharia, backlash, violence and rewriting marriage laws. I like marriage law as is, up until 2000. Gays have equal protection, many have married, there is no orientation test for a marriage license.Brian, once again, you are arguing for Sharia.
Most of us are in favor of equal protection of the law for all, and thus far you've been able to offer no good reason why same sex couples should be denied the right to legally marry.
If you rewrite marriage laws for gays why can't you do that for Muslims? Keep marriage one man and one woman, because I don't want to practice Sharia.