I just want to know your exact views on homosexuality and gay marriage. Do you really think that some American citizens do not deserve the right to marry due to religious beliefs? Please accept! Thank you!
Why do you find it wrong? I do not see anything wrong with two people who are American citizens who love each other very much. What is wrong with that? Being the United States, a country founded on freedom, shouldn't freedom be available for all people? Religion is the problem here. It always seems to find its way into politics even though it clearly has no place to be involved.
Sorry about that. The way I see it is equality shouldn't be such a struggle to reach! I mean, we've struggled with it so much in the past, so we should leave religion out of it and allow marriage for all.
The right of marriage is not given in the United States Constitution. So I think Our founding fathers wanted to leave it to the states to decide. If we let the federal government take control, Then liberty is lost. We offend those Christians and we turn America into a communist state. In the Constitution, the federal government was given several duties. It does not however include marriage.