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Should the US Constitution Be Amended to Prohibit Same-Sex Marriage?

  • It is against God

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  • The Constitution should not be amended to prohibit same-sex marriage.

    The Constitution should not be amended to prohibit same-sex marriage. Every one in this country should have an opportunity to legally marry the person that they want to spend the rest of their lives with, no matter their sexual orientation. If we were to amend the very document that binds this melting pot of a country together and explicitly deny rights to a certain group, that would go against every thing this country stands for.

  • It's not going to happen

    It would take 38 states to pass an amendment prohibiting same-sex marriage. As of today, 14 states have legalized same-sex marriage, so even if all 36 remaining states voted for the amendment it would fail. And you wouldn't get all 36 states. You would probably only get the deep south to vote in favor of such an amendment. Momentum is on the side of same-sex marriage and that is not going to change any time soon.


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