This columnist almost articulates perfectly how I feel about marriage, and manages to quote one idiot to wit:

"The legalization of homosexual marriage is for gay activists merely a stepping-stone on the road to eliminating all societal restrictions on marriage and sexuality," Dr. James Dobson wrote in a recent fund-raising letter for Focus on the Family.

What restrictions?

The only marriage restrictions that seem to exist for heterosexuals over 18 is that they can't marry more than one person at a time. Some still do.
Maybe we should figure out a way to distinguish marriage as a legal right from marriage as a sacred rite.

Update: I updated the quote segment to emphasize what I felt is the most important sentence in the article, and removed a segment that used the word "civil union" where I don't think was were the thrust of the message of was.


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