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Gay Marriage Advocates Lose By Winning

ThasicAlambra Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 4:49 PM
First, I am a very conservative male heterosezual. That being said, I could really care less if two men want to be intimate. It has nothing to do with me so why should I care? As far as 'redefining marriage", words in the English language, any living language, is changed constantly. Two men saying they are married has no impact on my marriage, so again, why should I care? As to moving south, I am planning that already. Not because of gay marriage but because of the foolish monetary policies of liberal states. I want to go somewhere I can keep the money I make and not support a bunch of lay-abouts. I wouldn't be surprised to fins a great many gay people giving up the possibility of marriage for the same economic stability.

Homosexual activists achieved historic gains in the November 2012 election in the states of Washington, Maine and Maryland. These three notoriously liberal states passed laws extending marriage benefits to homosexual relationships by four to six percentage points. But will these legal victories ultimately deny them the sweeping Supreme Court decision they long for?

Judge Robert Jones of a federal court in Nevada has laid the groundwork for such a conclusion. In his ruling on a lawsuit which sought to overturn Nevada’s ban on gay marriage, Jones wrote that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) lobby’s success in advancing its...