1. Young people today don't need any signals about marriage being pretty meaningless - they've come to that opinion themselves and have abandoned marriage in ever greater numbers as the years pass on.
2. None of your points require a government license or government reward for obtaining the government license.
I have great respect for people who marry, regardless of their sexual orientation. I was married a long time ago before tragedy struck so I understand the personal desire that leads to such commitments. But those commitments are made fleeting and fragile through government intervention in marriage.
A Canadian conservative is one who believes in limited government and that the government should stay out of our wallets and out of our bedrooms.
How many homosexuals are even interested in marrying?
It will be interesting how this plays out with a growing Islamic influence in the country.
Now you can deny history and the truth all that you want. But doing it openly on a debate site then you should expect to be challenged on it. Saying "stop it" will not stop it. Nor should it on a debate site.
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