Should Gay Marriage be legal in all 50 states?

Posted by: liberator_of_gays

Vote, and Comment your reason for your choice.

  • Yes, legalize. You can love who you want.

  • No, this goes against my belief.

67% 26 votes
33% 13 votes
  • Tradition isn't a reason to deny certain people the rights other have. Separation of church and state is fundamental to function of democratic government. Live and let live. Whether the courts decide yes or no, gay couples will continue to make commitments to each other and be in love.

  • Doesn't affect you, why do you give a sh*t

  • I dont care about tradition, it has absolutely no legitimacy.

  • guys i just have to say this: LEGALIZE LOVE

  • Can leave this to the states its too fundemental a right it has to be garunteed nationwide

    Posted by: Stefy
  • I find it morally relativist but the government should not be involved in marriage decisions.

  • Gay marriage says the bible is wrong, it's beliefs go against me, marriage is defined between a homophobic and a peacock, blah blah blah.

  • Just make Civil Unions have the same legal benefits as marriage.

  • Should be completely illegal

  • Pray away the gay.

  • The 10th amendment give states the right to regulate those things not under the jurisdiction of congress, including marriage. If the majority of people in a state don't want it, then that should be the law in that state. I'm an atheist, so I don't have beliefs for it to go against per se, but I support states' rights. Next time, just leave the answers as yes and no. I feel that this poll was biased towards yes.

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liberator_of_gays says2015-04-28T17:53:33.0998813-05:00
I'm not voting... But if you want to read what iI think, go ahead. Now... Gay marriage. It scares people. But isn't it just giving homosexuals the same marriage rights as normal people? I would vote to legalize it around the US. My first point is, that even though im a catholic. Im still A-OK with having people love and marry who they want. It doesn't go against my religion one bit.. Because 1) it doesn't even affect me. 2) I'm not suppose to judge others. 3) I think of marriage as a basic human right. Like in the Civil war- coloured men and women would marry white men and women... And society didn't approve. But later we justified it, and now you are able to marry who you want. So why is it a problem that some people want to marry the same gender?
PetersSmith says2015-04-28T17:53:39.5484258-05:00
No, only 49 of them.
triangle.128k says2015-04-28T18:13:16.9300544-05:00
Not including Texas
VetNat says2015-04-28T18:31:39.9357471-05:00
Yes. People should marry who they want to!!! That is like you can;t marry who you want!!!
heil59 says2015-04-28T18:58:12.2927926-05:00
I disagree. I don't support individual rights
CyberConor says2015-04-28T19:25:47.9161014-05:00
Am I the only one that thinks this? Stop arguing, and just let the people decide. Now, if the gov. must get involved, let the states decide. Also, I am undecided about it, because the point of a civil union is that tax cuts are meant for families to grow, can a gay couple do that?
Sophia13 says2015-04-28T20:05:02.3946725-05:00
Yes, we know, heil
CommunistDog says2015-04-28T20:16:27.2984406-05:00
I think people don't want to allow homosexuals to marry is because they are afraid of change. Religious people are afraid of change from the old times, dating back to ye olde scriptures. Some old people are not used to change after a lifetime of this "need" to make fun of homosexuals. What is there that YOU lose from homosexual marriage? Do they gain extra rights that straight couples don't get? No. Don't do a Tom Cotton!
Stefy says2015-04-28T21:25:06.5911193-05:00
MathGeekJoe: Its not the same. It puts them in another category its insulting. Yeah you get the sane legal benefits. You woukd want to be married like any other couple right? Not have you union looked diwn upon and shoved in another box. If its really exactly tge same just let them call themselves married otherwise it is a constant remibder that you are not looked at as an equal by society.
Stefy says2015-04-28T21:26:01.6187306-05:00
heil59 says2015-04-28T21:26:19.3576110-05:00
How has biological science not been considered by anyone?
kman100 says2015-04-28T21:31:32.2196220-05:00
How does biology go against gay rights?
Mister_Man says2015-04-28T21:32:46.4141732-05:00
Heil, you failed here. Marriage between people of the opposite sex has nothing to do with biological science. The biology behind science is simply that two people are attracted to each other enough to form a pact/commitment to each other in which both dedicate their time to make each other happy and not do anything that could hurt the other person. So unfortunately the "biological science behind marriage" is irrelevant when it comes to the partners involved, whether same sex or not.
Mister_Man says2015-04-28T21:33:45.0972183-05:00
Sorry, the biology behind marriage*, not science. Lol
liberator_of_gays says2015-04-29T16:51:01.0245610-05:00
Ok, so who is for they can date whoever? If you are for it... But against gay marriage: think about it this way... Marriage is mostly just like dating... Just with federal paperwork documenting it.
CommunistDog says2015-04-29T16:57:56.9798838-05:00
I am pro for homosexual marriage. The bible is outdated for today's time in terms of marriage, I believe. It was made thousands of years ago. Additionally, there is some information that is incorrect such as the sign of the cross. Jesus was actually crucified on an x-shaped wooden posts. The bible along with images of the cross crucification were made around 100 years after the time of Jesus.
liberator_of_gays says2015-04-29T19:56:16.3929873-05:00
Also something to think about, is that Gay couples can adopt kids... So their families CAN grow.
CommunistDog says2015-05-02T20:54:26.8379387-05:00
The first state to allow homosexual marriage had a large decrease in unsuccessful marriages and divorces.

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