Complete nonsense. None of these sentences accurately portray reality. Same-sex marriage is not granting some "better" rights than what you have. And let's say for the sake of argument that you're right (YOU AREN'T), are you seriously saying that because the "homosexual lobby" wants "better" rights, they should therefore be denied equal rights? It can't be true. It's too stupid to be true.2 - The national agenda of the homosexual lobby is less about "equal" rights for folks of different sexual orientation than then it is about securing protected status over heterosexuals ...And that amounts to "better" rights, not "equal" rights under the law. A latent effect of this is the creation of a legal environment where NO ONE IS ALLOWED to debate their social agenda ("hate speech" laws).
P.S. Marriage and hate speech laws are not the same thing.
What the **** does that have to do with anything? Yes, people want to be accepted. You don't want to accept them, that's your deal, but in what ridiculous universe is that grounds to deny someone basic civil rights?3 - The real problem that no one wants to talk about is the fact that the gay efficacy groups don't only want access to marriage and every other advantage of being heterosexual, they want the world to like and accept them also. Unfortunately for them, no matter how much money gays have or how good at paperwork they are, there are always going to be people (including our buddies from Islam) that disapprove of homosexuality
Hell, say all three of those points you propose are accurate: you still do not lose anything by allowing same-sex marriage.