Last edited by cabse5; 05-18-13 at 10:34 AM.
"We all of us know down here that politics is a tough game. And I don't think there's any point in being Irish if you don't know that the world is going to break your heart eventually."-Daniel Patrick Moynihan, December 5, 1963
gay marriage is about equal rights, sorry. Your opinion is meaningless. Want data, not sure what states eactly but a couple of the states that SSM made it all the way to the states supreme court check it out, they ruled that banning SSM was against equality, liberty rights and freedoms. SO when the issue was pushed far enough (only twice of the 12 states i believe) the supreme court disagrees with your opinion
Sidenote: to compare not being able to be gay married to slavery is ludicrious. I see some rights that were actually being denied slaves. I see the word marriage being denied gays. Big difference. Highly political.
2.) your example is meaningless and has no local impact
3.) weird i dont recall making that "exact" compassion "no SSM = Slavery" could you quote me saying that?
4.) some rights? wow seems you dont know history either
5.) a right is being denied
6.) yes what slaves were denied overall is a huge difference between being denied marriage
7.) Im sure some do use it for politics, just like some did for slavery and womans rights and everything. How does that change that equal rights for gays is also about equality. It doesnt.