(In response to the question, "How does legalized gay marriage force anything upon anyone?")
A good question. Here's something you might not have considered:
Let's say John and Martha marry and have a long life together. If John dies before Martha, Martha receives John's pension until Martha dies as well. But, what if Martha dies first and John decides to give his pension to his son, so he marries his son. Nothing wrong with that, right? I mean it's a same-sex marriage and they can't have kids so why not? Well, what about that pension and how does that affect others by continuing the payments for another 30 years? What about social security?
Why limit marriage to a single same-sex couple? Why not 5 same sex couples forming one marriage? Why not 5 opposite sex couples forming one marriage?
There's a well-known homosexual activist named Frank Kameny who says bestiality is okay as long as the animal doesn't mind. Should we allow marriage to animals or just let some people have sex with animals because they have the freedom to do so?
Should transgenders get medical benefits for surgery? How does that affect your medical premiums?
How does alll this affect our culture and society? Where do we draw the line?
scrip, city-data.com 71 Comments
[6/13/2008 12:11:06 PM]
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