I know many people including myself that are against things but that doesnt motivate me to deny people rights
wanting to deny rights comes from bigotry and ignorance, plan and simple
2.) I agree but thats not even a valid concern, the constitution (like you mentioned) already protects them as it basically always has. The church has discriminated for years and they still do today based on race, religion, sexual orientation etc etc etc and thats thier right. And its a right i would also protect and fight for but that isnt needed.
The reality is religion isnt even a factor when discussing LEGAL marriage but many people try to mix them when they are indeed already 100% separate.
3.) they are doomed to loose more than that, Im not in that crowd and in real life there are very very few that want to "stop" equal rights. There are plenty that may not "like it" though.
2.) Religious organizations, not just 'churches', will rightly fear government over-reach.
3.) This is probably true. An arbitrary age cut-off that I made up to reflect my opinion of the general generational line.
"A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the majority discovers it can vote itself largess out of the public treasury." Attributed to Alexander Tytler
2.) well those are not the same, churches should rest assured and have no fears, there isnt even any evidence that shows they are in danger of government overreach. Unless the constitution changes they are safe as can be.
"religious institutions" should have any fear either unless they fear breaking the law and getting caught, religious orgs for the most part have to play by the same rules as EVERYBODY, if they dont lie it, tough they can get out of the "non-religious" realm
3.) im just saying at least in my area the people around my age support equal rights, hell the majority do . . but there are people that dont like it
2.) this is your mistake, im not trying to argue, there are two things i point out that are in deed fact because the law rights and constitution makes them that way. It has nothing to do with what i "say".
what i say is meaningless to the fact. You are free to disagree but it only exposes your like of education on this particular subject.
Also if you disagree all you have to do is bring ONE fact to the table that supports your failed and proven wrong claims . . . one . . . why are you avoiding this?
I can back up with law and facts what i said, all you have provided so far is "nu-huh"
3.) another mistake, facts dont need luck they just are
4.) wow 3 for 3 in mistakes, again your belief doesnt matter to facts. You are free to believe 2 + 2 = 85.74 doenst change the fact you are wrong.
here are the facts:
action is NOT needed to be gay
there are no protected minority groups
I challenge you to present anything that factually proves otherwise
I bet you cant or you dodge it
CounterPoint: Yes, Virginia, States Really Do Have Rights - The Liberty Papers
There has been tension between states rights and federal powers since the beginning.
Racists can sincerly believe that black people are inherently inferior to white people. Their sincerity does not make them any less of a bigot.
States do not have rights. State govts have *powers*; they have no rights.