Same sex marriage. I believe that same sex marriage shouldn't be up to the state is should be a decision across the board for all states to have all the same requirements for marriage shouldn't matter if you are the same sex or not the right should be equal to all people in the u.s
People should have the choice to marry, if they want to. Neither a state or federal government should be deciding who can and can't get married. Marriage is an institution that affects the two people involved and no one else. So, there is no cause for government to be regulating it.
Heterosexuals who get married may get married according to state law but their marriage is recognized everywhere in the United States, which is why gay marriage needs its own federal approval. It is a nightmare for these people to try to figure out if they are married in one place but not in another.
No, individual states shoud not have the right to make decisions about same sex marriage. The idea that a couple could be married for a decade in a state where the marriage is legally recognized, and then move to a state that does not legally recognize the marriage and refuses to offer spousal benefits, is ridiculous.
I believe that same sex marraige shouldnt be up to the state is should be a decision accross the board for all states to have all the same requirements for marraige shouldnt matter if you are the same sex or not the right should be equal to all people in the u.s
It is absolutely wrong for any governing body, or anyone else to prevent a lifestyle simply because they don't like it, or want people to practice it. No matter where they are at, People should always retain the basic human right to live the way they want to without any exterior interference preventing that lifestyle, or forcing them to live a different life style.