Wednesday, November 04, 2009


Gay marriage fails in Maine

Divorce is the biggest threat to marriage and the state has made divorce too easy.

People would be better protected by partnership contracts, where property and child access would be decided and agreed long before problems appeared in the relationship, and leave marriage to the churches, which are much better suited to protect the institution. Divorce is a much bigger danger to marriage than gay marriage ever will be, and the dissolution of the nuclear family a much bigger threat to the fabric of society than gays and lesbians living together. Everyone would be better off with government out of the bedroom and the chapel — and so would marriage.

If Gay marriage activists want to help remove state intrusion in the marriage contract then I will be marching with them. Unfortunately, too many "special" interests want the marriage contract to be easily dissoluble.


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