Besides even if that was your hidden agenda (marriage being based on procreation) you have yet to explain to any of us why, if that's the case, it's not a requirement for straight couples...and since it's not...then why it should be for gays.
But obviously we are happy to continue to explore that with you. Any time you manage to answer the question.
let's see. last USAToday poll said 2.3% of the poplutation is gay. So we're talking about 2300 people out of every 100,000. Only half of those care about getting "married", so that knocks it down to 1200. Half of those get "married" but neither partner is a monogamist at the time of the marriage. Meaning this issue really boils down to a few hundred people for every hundred thousand, yet many, MANY people are basing their vote entirely on this issue. Reckless, reckless voters who are ignoring the bigger issues for their first world made up issues. maddening
One of you will end up here next!