I don't think it should be a constitutional rights.
My opinion is that the constitution should address broad principals more than specific things.
So I'll change my example.
If marriage to any person you want to marry is a Constitutional right, then there should be no problem with having 2, or 3, or 25 wives of husbands.
My whole point is that marriage is not a right, it's a civil contract, and it has traditionally been between a man and a woman.
The reason for this poll is because the court just struck down a voter approved State Constitutional Amendment in California on US Constitutional grounds. I have yet to see anything in the Constitution that gives the Fed any right or power over the institution of marriage.
BTW…. If you read the decision of the court it is obvious that the judge did not use any constitutional arguments, but was legislating from the bench in favor of his own sexual preferences.
There is no such thing as a “Natural Born Dual-Citizen“.
Originally Posted by PogueMoran
I didnt have to read the article to tell you that you cant read.
The Polygamy, Incest, Bestiality, pedophilia red herrings have been shown to be false so many times it is hilarious people keep brining them up. Let me refer you to a nice post on this topic from a conservative made today: