You don't have to be able to procreate in order to marry.<quoted text>-
Ok! In my defense, I have to say that there is a difference between private behavior, perverted as it might be, where the government has no business, and the legal institutionalization of said private behavior where the government would then have an interest. The government should not be institutionalizing private behavior like homosexuality, acceptable or not, which is none of the government's business. The only sexual behavior that government has rightly institutionalized is related to opposite-sex couples because of their procreative capacity and the vital interest that procreation has on the nation and society.[
That is the proper scope of limited government. Institutionalizing behavior like homosexuality, that is of no vital interest to society or the nation, is simply an example of government overreach, intrusion and expansion into areas of private activity where government does not properly belong.