No you've missed the point, pad... marriage discrimination implies exclusion of a person on some test or criteria... there is discrimination, but not on grounds of a person's sexuality. That's right, since gays can and do get married the discrimination argument and analogies with racial apartheid are completely bogus.
Spare us your see-through crap, Your Bogusness. May I remind you of all the times you've asserted that the parenting abilities of same sex couples are inferior to those of heterosexual couples. That the children of gay parents are "disadvantaged". All the horsh!t stats and "studies" you cited.
There's only one point here, and no one has missed it. Your a bigot and a homophobe. And the hilarity of your attempts to deny it is as rich as your BS is thick.
Hmmm. I see your hypocrisy is at work on more than one level, km. If I'm not mistaken, several months ago when I was ignoring your posts, you accused me of running away from the debate. Am I to assume there is a rather stark role reversal now? Sure looks like it to me.
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