Originally Posted by Jason R
There are a number of things I can think of that make that concluion erroneous.
It's the foundation of the argument here, so fire away. Or you could just say you're right and not support it.
This is what the guy's talking about
Because we cannot marry, we can pass on only a fraction of our estates, we do not have equal parenting rights and we cannot live with a foreigner we love who does not have government permission to stay in this country. These are the equal protections that the Bill of Rights proclaims for all?
It's not only about marriage, but the protections afforded therein. And that these protections are taken away by Constitutional amendments, robbing them of these rights in the very document they're supposedly granted in. I find it a compelling argument.