No i think your pathetic in just repeating the same old line in every post.Why should the law be changed to provide one group with equal protection and not others and every time i give you an example all you can say is that thats another issue when its not.The real issue is why should we change the laws of marriage to include other people that arent currently protected by those laws and whether its justified for the state to do so.As ive stated before ,according to your logic,incestuos infertile couples would have just as much a reason to be able to get married as gays because there would be no state interest for the state to deny them .Im sure there are other non conventional groups out there that would be able to legally say the state has no interest in denying them marriage as well,but i personally dont want to see the law being changed at all as it works fine for almost 100 percent of the population as it is ,and has done so for as long as man has been around.<quoted text>
They are equally protected, the law does not make provisions for those who can't find a willing partner, and that would be a separate issue. Perhaps we should make an exception for the pathetic?
The issue here is whether there is a legitimate state interest served by denying equal protection for consenting, adult, same sex couples to marry.
What makes gays so special that they would require the laws to be changed to accomodate their sexual fetish.In most cases being gay is a choice so therefore they are choosing not to get married in a conventional way so the law already provides equal protection for them but your just too stupid to see that.The only time being gay wouldnt be a choice is if they have some sort of mental issue in which they find all members of the opposite sex totally repulsive and just couldnt physically have sex with them.
Of course the gays try and hide the fact its a choice as was the case when Cynthia Nixon of sex and the city fame said she chose to be gay and the gay lobby tried to shut her up and get her to retract her statement.