Yep, it's inconsistent with our savior's mantra of: "you didn't build that", we are all interconnected which I agree with to the extent that no one succeeds in isolation. But in the case of homosexual marriage, a federal homosexual marriage law/amendment would have a direct impact on any religious person who performs marriages and believes that homosexuality is immoral and will not conduct homosexual marriages. The law would immediately place them in violation of civil rights regardless of any religious exclusion that might be added. And such an exclusion will be challenged by homosexuals placing the Supreme Court between a rock and a hard place relative to civil rights vs freedom of religion. Rand Paul has the right idea. The government needs to get out of the marriage business; it's an accident waiting to happen. Any civil rights associated with marriage, taxes, etc. should be referred to as civil unions.
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