lides says that three isn't equal to two, therefore some people should not get equal protection. It's the "lides exception" to equal protection. The lides loophole. The arithmetic challenged shouldn't get equal protection of the law.<quoted text>
Why do you play into his games links? The only real objective question is, can individuals marry one another. Everything else is irrelevant to the government treating each individual identically or as some like to say equally.
If individuals can get married then what sex they are, and how many they are is irrelevant if the government obeys the 14th amendment that requires the government to treat each individual the same as it treats all other individuals.
Pietro Armando is insisting the government treat you differently than how the government treats me.
If the government doesn't know who you are, or who I am, then they have no choice but to treat us identically as individuals and not as gay or straight, male or female, white or black.
Ask Pietro Armando if individuals can get married. He can't answer that because he is a fascist. He will have no choice but to change the question to include distinctions the government is not allowed to make. And you play right into his ruse.
Trouble with denying equal protection to even one person means there's no more equal protection. lides doesn't understand these simple concepts at all. But he knows three is greater than two. So he somehow interprets this to mean that polygamy "seeks greater" protection. But then, he can't describe what the hell "greater" protection of the law is.
lides is one hot mess.