As I've said many times before, I don't care about gay marriage. I don't think marriage of ANY kind should be a concern of any government. It's a personal/ spiritual/ religious thing between individuals. Far as I'm concerned, as long as it's consensual and you leave the kids & animals alone, marry whatever you want.
I also have no problem with an individual or a church refusing to marry anyone. ALL views on marriage need to be respected. If a church won't marry you, go to a different church that agrees with your personal convictions and morals.
That is the only problem with today's ruling. Mark my words: within a month we'll being hearing about a couple suing a church that refuses to marry them.
Well, that's not the only problem with today's ruling. The bigger problem, which not many seem notice, with today's ruling is there was a ruling to begin with. The Supreme Court should have rejected the case. There is nothing in the U.S> Constitution in regards to marriage. Per the 10th Amendment of the Constitution marriage laws should be handled by the States.
Today's ruling was a blatant overreach of the Federal government's power. But they will get a pass because the majority of the people are like me and don't care one way or the other about gay marriage.
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