I was wondering how Gay marriage could possibly be illegal. There's a separation of church and state, but Gay's can't get married in 48 great states because "God says so." Why is this? If the state imposed a law to get a cut of each weeks offering, there'd be an global outcry."Oh no Oh no!! You can't do that there's a separation between us!!" I have never understood what legally prevented Gays from getting married. A lot of people say it has to do with God because marriage is a Christian relationship between man and woman, well what about Athiests? Hindu's? Buddists? Agnostics? Pagans!! They're all married on a regular basis. I don't remember when I filled out my marriage license it asking for my religion, so why would it matter whether or not it's a marriage under God? Can anyone help me?
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