Thank you, for that mindless assumption. Do you know what is said to happen of those who assume?My point was, you're a classic forum character -- a high school drop out who memorizes LGBT cliches to joins the conversation.
I am a college graduate, and I don't require talking points. I am perfectly capable of reading the US Constitution, and the decisions of Federal Courts, Appellate Courts, and the US Supreme Court, upon which I base my opinions and support my arguments.
The reason the arguments have been made a thousand times, is because they are valid.Everything you write has been repeated here a thousand times by boobs just like you. Why should anyone take you seriously when you don't invest the time to formulate your own arguments?
the reality is that gay marriage will come to pass because the US Constitution requires that states provide equal protection to all persons within their jurisdiction. Marriage is a protection of the law in every state in the union, and there is no compelling state interest which would justify the exclusion of same sex couples from equal protection of the law to marry.
Do you see how you didn't offer an argument or justification, but instead dismissed my argument out of hand? That would tend to indicate that you don't have a valid rebuttal, not that my argument is anything less than sound.
I couldn't care less about your kids. They are irrelevant to this discussion, which has to do with equal protection of the law for same sex couples to marry. Unless your kids are gay, and being denied equal protection of the law, they are not relevant to the conversation.Why do you want access to our kids?