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  • Yes, because the US Supreme Court unanimously agrees marriage is a basic civil right.

    The US Supreme Court has been unanimous in the option that the freedom to marry is a vital personal right and one of the basic civil rights of man. Although, I don't personally agree with homosexuality or gay marriage, I do believe that denying them the right to form personal bonds and families in a legal format does violate their civil rights.

  • Yes, it is made more particularly unconstitutional due to it taking away a right that was already given to same sex couples.

    Everyone deserves the right to marry. It is made more particularly unconstitutional due to it taking away a right that was already given to same sex couples, that being, the right to marry. Who are we to say one cannot marry the one you love? It should not be the government's decision when deciding who should marry and who should not.

  • Yes, it is unconstitutional!

    Who has the right to stop love, everyone and I mean everyone has the right to pick who they should spend their lives with, if you can't find love one place, get it someplace else. It is unfair of states to implement this law into effect, man with man, women with women, man with women of different color, it shouldn't matter, love is not a law.

  • Yes, Prop 8 is unconstitutional.

    As I stated in a prior debate, everyone has the right to love and to marry. It is their own personal choice and they are not hurting anyone. If it offends your eyes, look elsewhere. It is not up to the government to say what is right when it comes to marriage.

  • The Constitution is a format

    The constitution, does not list any reference to marriage, those who wrote it could never have foreseen the social and moral corruption which has led people to believe that they can abuse it by using the courts to challenge something that should really be decided by popular vote, but if the actual passing of prop eight is any example, then the left doesn't want to let democracy prevail but instead resort to undemocratic means.


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