And my response was for you to supply a court ruling where a same sex wedding is addressed.<quoted text>now there you go again, twisting what was said.
first of all i don't use the word "gay"
second, this is what i responded to;
"there's no such thing as a same sex wedding. Weddings are an institution, they don't have a sexual orientation."
my response was that he beter go back and edit the court rulings then.
Will you be doing that anytime soon? I'm not aware of any court rulings dealing with weddings, only marriage.
Prove me wrong. Please demonstrate the court rulings where the government is concerned and ruling on weddings.
I'll wait patiently.
Yes I did. I did it by pointing out that the institution is the same one and that the laws were based solely on the participants. The marriage is still the same legal entity for both.<quoted text>
and then you go a prove that the courts and the laws distinguish between heterosexual marriages and homosexual marriages.
Will you be spinning semantic roulette all week, or just today?