What you again express, is fear of imagined consequences. That is not the same as an actual consequence.<quoted text>You call it 'irrational fear' and I call it consequences. The minute someone stops thinking about how promoting a policy makes them feel and asks, "Will it work? Will it make things better or worse?"; they stop being a liberal and become conservative.
We know marriage has a stabilizing effect on relationships and you have shown nothing to demonstrate any different.
Again, Conservative, anti-marriage equality director of the Institute for American Values David Blankenhorn, one of the few witnesses who testified in support of Prop 8:Gay marriage would be a victory for the worthy ideas of tolerance and inclusion. It would likely decrease the number of those in society who tend to be viewed warily as other and increase the number who are accepted as part of us. In that respect, gay marriage would be a victory for, and another key expansion of, the American idea.
You provide nothing beyond unsupported fear and empty slogans to support discrimination under the law.