ChuckintheOC Wrote:
Dec 13, 2012 6:46 PM
I couldn't disagree with Ms. Cushman's analysis more. First of all, she doesn't seem to understand why heterosexual married couples get the meager benefits from federal and state governments that they do that homosexual couples don't. This is astounding to me, as the reason should be obvious: raising children to become the next generation of society is both physically and mentally arduous and financially challenging compared to living single or living together outside of marriage, either as a heterosexual couple or a homosexual couple. To open up this theory of a societal compensation for a benefit society receives to those who, as a group, are physically incapable of producing children, and largely disinterested in raising them is to...