KFCrispy wrote:f*ck the Bible, the government is not supposed to follow the Bible, this is LAW. the type of marriage the government talks about should not be tied to any religion, is it simply a status used for 2 adults who decided to become a family (obviously my definition is not very accurate but i don't want to discuss the actual definition besides the fact that it shouldn't be associated with religion).
if religious people are so stubborn then just coin a new word: MAIRRAGE. it will defined by law as "marriage" but for the same gender instead of between a man and woman. conveniently the pronunciation will be the same as "marriage".
one of the main problems in general with our government is how it's used in an attempt to uphold religion and morals. we need a PRACTICAL government, one that accommodates ALL of its citizens in a way that each person has the right to pursuit happiness, etc.
Ironically, gay people are barely even a minority in California.Pollensalta wrote:They say you can tell the character of a country by how it treats its minorities,
Oppenheimer wrote:Ironically, gay people are barely even a minority in California.
But that's what you get when you elect a movie star as your senator.
Jowy Atreides wrote:Gays are a minority in every state. And, as far as I'm aware, California's senators aren't actors; unless you're referring to Arnold, who is the governor.
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