Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.
2.) based on what? wouldnt there have to be a regulations or rules defining how marriage works legally?
i just dont understand how you grant all the legal benefits and rights almost 1200 alone on a federal level without the government involved.
and yes i did misunderstand you because i thought you wanted something new or just many other contracts trying to take the place of marriage. But again how does it work without the government.
3.) it seems like you are saying that government will be involved in every way except regulating who can get married (barring beastyality, intimate objects and minors etc)
so I guess my question is, once gay marriage is legal everywhere why wont that accomplish the same thing.
4.) how are they out of it and granting all the rights at the same time secondly what keeps you in check and makes sure your honor my marriage. something like visitation rights at a hospital.
5.) again isnt this just gonna happen soon?
guess ill just ask this
what is your way going to accomplish that grant gays equal rights wont besides getting rid of the licenses that are needed in some areas
I would say less than 25 years. It's possible that a supreme court decision will make it nationally legal, but I doubt it. I think it will eventually happen though as the older generations that are most against it die off.
If you build a man a fire, he'll be warm for a day.
If you set a man on fire, he'll be warm for the rest of his life.
One can presume that you think the state governments do not have the authority to do so. Whether or not this presumption is the case, such a sentiment would be false. They do.
If you live in that state, work to make it otherwise. If you do not, it isn't really your concern anymore than it is your concern what laws or policies pass in France or Russia.