And living in a free society I believe you should have the right to do that
OK but do you disagree with this:
...these polygamous men are eligible to receive extra welfare benefits...and a Scottish court once permitted a Muslim who had been cited for speeding to retain his driver’s license because he had to commute between his wives.
Would you be okay with letting your daughter make that decision?
My dad taught me a great thing after high school. Regardless of any decision I made his answer was "You're an adult, you can do what you want." He doesn't always agree with my decisions but he supports me in whatever I do. If my daughter decided that is what she wanted, then so be it. All I would hope is her husband was caring and didn't hit her. When I have childre, I will only have control of what they do until they leave the house. What they decide to do afterwards is on them. Personally, I would not want her to do it. I believe in monogamy. But if she did, then I would just hope for the best.
“A creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to beat others.” – Ayn Rand
Of course I don't agree with that, but I realize that there will always be people who will find a way to exploit the system. For example, at Wal Mart tonight I saw a woman pay with an EBT card even though I happened to spot no less than three hundred dollar bills in her wallet. That doesn't mean however that I'm opposed to the idea of food stamps altogether. Like I said, polygamy would require alot of logistics to hammer out and the means of exploitation is, I'll give you, much easier. But like I said, just because some would exploit the system doesn't mean I should be opposed to it altogether.