After the first two hours of the oral arguments on gay marriage at the Supreme Court, neither of the two most crucial votes on the Court tipped their hand. Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy, considered by most experts the deciding votes on the case, asked tough questions of both sides of the case and didn't give much indication which way they would vote.
When you strip everything away, the Supreme Court has to support it.
Every individual is supposed to be equal under the law. How could they talk about equality when there are people that are not considered equal under the law?
"The government should be separated from religion and treat everyone equal under its laws regardless of any religious status."
The only reason this is even being debated is because it’s bringing religion into government. It’s religion sticking its beliefs into government. If religion doesn’t want to recognize gay marriage, that’s fine. Religion is a private sector and they have the right to make that choice. But the government should not go the way of religion simply because of it.
The government should be separated from religion and treat everyone equal under its laws regardless of any religious status. Government should not side with religion.
Especially on this issue.
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