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Yo, here it is 2017, and we're still pushing the slippery-slope-cats-and-dogs-living-together-mass-hysteria meme as an argument against SSM? Thanks, Obama.
OR maybe you meant unconstitutional. Well, Hell, did you read my posts? What does that mean to the Supreme Court? They've over-ruled their own precedents many times.
The laws do not discriminate. Just because there are a group of people wishing to do something does not make it a right.
Marriage before anything else is a contract. And secular laws were and are written for a two party contract.
If 3 or more people enter into contract...the dynamics in the law of writing laws pertaining to custody, banking, debt, medical issues and responsibilities, insurance...ect.
Adding more people to the contract makes the revision of laws and regulations never-ending.