Re: Should Chris Culliver apologize?
posted at 2/1/2013 10:28 AM EST
In response to RockScully's comment:
Umm, no they don't. If gay marriage isn't authorized from a federal level, that means the law isn't acknowledged in those states. That could be as something as simple as a gay person's partner not able to make next of kin decisions in a hopital, for example, in that state that does't acknlwledge it.
Get it, dummy?
So, no. Until it's considered on the same plane as heterosexual marriage/union, they DO NOT have the same rights under US law.
That's ONE of many issues.
As usual, you've failed to do your howework on a topic.
You aren't very bright,
Any man in America - every single one of them has the right to marry a woman.
Any woman in America, every single one of them has the right to marry a man.
If people choose to pursue the happy gay funloving lifestyle of homosexuality - they can't be married because those two things are mutually exclusive. this is called in life "making choices."
Grown ups do this. Children and narcissists do not make choices. they demand the world accomodate their insatiable desire to be spoiled.
Homosexuals are the most acute form of this extreme version of narcissism. mainly, because homosexuality by definition is narcissism.
narcissism - look it up. Narcissus fell in love with his opwn image - which is homosexuality in a nutshell.