We Just Don't Understand Anti-Gay Marriage Logic
So let's get this straight. In America we are free to choose the religion we practice, express the opinions we care to share, join the people with whom we wish to assemble, enjoy the right to bear arms, live a life of privacy and to vote for whom we deem worthy.
But when it comes to selecting who we wish to marry, it's as if America forgot the reason America became America. Supposedly, we are the land of the free and the home of the brave.
Sadly, some prefer we become the land of the handcuffed and the home of the terrified.
A group called Nation for Marriage is out with a new PSA that paints gay marriage as if it were the coming of the Devil. Claiming same sex marriage will take away freedoms, wreak havoc on religion, taint youth by teaching gay marriage is OK, the commercial plays out like the Left Behind series.
Look, we could go on for pages about this topic but it really boils down to this. If you want to marry a particular person, you should be able to. That marriage is of no business to anyone except the two who chose to marry. It's their life. Let them live it the way they choose.
We seriously fail to see how accepting gay marriage would have any effect at all on heterosexual marriage. People should be able to love whom they choose. People should be able to marry whom they choose. It's really that simple.