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Gays Don’t Have a Right to Marriage

GatoLuchador Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 10:46 AM
I would add that the Constitution was written to preserve rights -- not to destroy and create them. Think about it. Marriage predates the Constitution by thousands of years and is common across many cultures and religions (not just Christian). So SSM would effectively destroy the right of religious people to preserve it as is and create a new right for people who never had it to begin with. That's "creative destruction". That's not the role of the Constitution.
Daniel62 Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 6:21 PM
Two things.

1) If you truly believe that the determination of who may or may not marry is the proper domain of religion, you should have the courage of your convictions to demand that DOMA be overturned so that churches who wish to sanction same-sex marriages could gain a better chance of doing so.

2) I would suggest you study the 14th amendment a bit. (Its part of the US Constitution, which says in part "no state shall ... deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws".

The mere words same-sex marriage connote it’s not a “marriage” by use of the term, but rather an aberration of a societal norm that a small group are determined to force onto the majority. Only 3% of Americans are gay.

Since the beginning of time, before marriage was formally recognized by state laws, it was defined between a man and a woman not just for kicks, but because people of the opposite sex have coupled off to procreate, as a means of continuing society. It takes a man and woman to biologically create a baby, so naturally society...