Sorry, gay marriage is functionally no different than heterosexual marriage except the genders of the participants. No new laws need t o be ironed out, no new policy needs to be created. Not quite the case with polygamy.... the legal cluster fuck of trying to determine inheritance, divorce, etc is reason enough to consider it a bad idea.
There's plenty of historical precedent that homosexuals shouldn't marry, why isn't that enough for gay marriage?
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