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Is gay marriage a civil rights issue?

Yes
80%
No
20%
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dolores Says:

Sat, Apr 28 2012 04:34 PM

Absoluely - when churches or government step in, it is either judged morally, or has political bias. That is ridiculous. Any two people who choose to love, honor and not obey, should be able to do what they like. Why shouldn't gays be able to pay taxes, healthcare and all the rest straight people do? Even divorce and wrestle with the settlement -
Life is too short for people to get their pants in a twist about what couples do - in the privacy of their own bedroom.
It has nothing to do about morality. It has nothing to do with the government.
It always galled me to have the don't ask/don't tell policy. How childish and imbicillic. We are all just people trying to do the best we can with our lives...........


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