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Gays Don’t Have a Right to Marriage

MoreFreedom Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 7:56 PM
State laws regarding marriage arose because of paternity regarding children. Instead of being about marriage, they should be about paternity. If government wasn't already discriminating against individuals (based on their marital status, and the number of children they have), then gays wouldn't be asking government to recognize their marriages. Married people pay different tax rates than singles. Married people get Social Security survivor's benefits, gays do not. Rather than debating whether government should recognize gay marriage, we should instead insist that government not discriminate among individuals based on their marital status. Laws regarding children should revolve around paternity, not marriage.

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...