Southbeach1500 saidExactly. Which is why Obama's "evolving" on the issue is a major FAIL.Don't really understand why you keep referring to Obama's evolving on marriage equality, or what exactly that has to do w my point. The entire nation (public opinion) has 'evolved' on this issue.
I guess we should have let every state arrive at desegregation at their own pace as well.
How would that have gone over in Little Rock and at Ole Miss and at the Univ of Alabama?
Civil rights should never be subject to the tyranny of the majority.
We live in a mobile society. Is there any practicality or benefit to society to allow a couple to be married in one state and in the event that they have to move for work or whatever reason they are now 'not married' in their new state. Please explain your logic.
We get it that you're a neo con and you don't like the President. Despite that, please enlighten us w your thoughts on why we should go about this on a state by state basis. Feel free to use desegregation as an example.
Because Obama and the "gay-loving" Democrats had the chance to get legislation passed and enacted into law in his first term, and they didn't because it wasn't "politically advantageous" for them to do so.
I am AGREEING with you on this issue. It is ludicrous that a "basic civil right" should be "left to each state to decide for themselves" and that is the Obama position. Yet "the gays" still enthusiastically support Obama and the Democrats despite this glaring slap in the face from them.
So there, that's my comment. And I didn't respond to your shot at me (We get it that you're a neo con
) with a shot at you in kind, so please let's not go down that well worn path.
Oh, and I cleaned up the quoting from your prior post - please be more careful when using the quote button, otherwise it turns into a total mess.