Protecting Marriage

This post was written by marc on June 12, 2006
Posted Under: Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

The Republicans, in an attempt to reassure religious conservatives, suggest that we need a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage in order to protect heterosexual marriage. But wouldn’t a better way to protect marriage be a constitutional amendment banning heterosexual divorce? Think about it.

Reader Comments

Well if that happened no one would get married! It is 2006! I think of marriage as extened dating at least everyone that is married can probably will (even gays/lesbians if you live in Massachusetts) have divorces. I argue that divorce is more importaint than marriage. Think about it, you would put all those lawyer firms out of buisness! Plus I love that show divorce court, you would take them off the air. The economy needs people to get divorced so they can remarry and get divorced again and spend so much in the process.

Written By Matthew on June 13th, 2006 @ 12:12 am

I believe that divorce should be illegal or extremely hard to accomplish. You see, when people get married they should REALLY think about what they are doing. If they would be too scared to get married without chance of divorce, they shouldn’t get married anyway. Oh, and gay marriage is simply wrong. But if you lived in my world, gays would be locked up anyway.

Written By Richard on June 21st, 2006 @ 3:07 pm

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