"An equal application of law to every condition of man is fundamental." --Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, 1807. ME 11:341
Friday, November 12, 2010
I must say, WHAT THE FRIKK?
Marriage is a secular institution in our country, because in order to legally be acknowledged by our government, religion can not, legally, play a part in it. Yet, gay couples are barred from entering into this binding agreement solely on the basis of religious objection. I claim solely on the basis of religious objection, because there is no logical, reasoning objection that can withstand any scrutiny. I firmly believe (and herein should lay humor) that gay people have the same rights to pay higher taxes, have someone fiscally interested in their demise and be prohibited from enjoyable promiscuous activity as any other coupling of free people. If having Marty and Bert marry would diminish, in any way, your marriage, then you don't have much of anything to begin with.
Posted by Bobby Kearan at 2:05 PM