I think the whole Gay Marriage issue is completely and utterly wrong. Completely based in false ideals and beliefs, and wrong on so many levels, let's observe for a moment, shall we? The Senate of course failed to ban Gay Marriage again today, and microbial influence peddlers including the likes of the esteemed lady from Florida, Katherine Harris, all claim great victory and miniscule headway with a growth of seven new votes since 2004. Hoorah, hoorah, the tide is turning and soon we will have complete inclusion of Church and State!
I mean take a close look here, and what is actually occurring? The religious right is appalled at the scandalous idea of including married homos in Better Homes and Gardens, President Bush is waving a flag over his Bible in support, and the American Gay society is simply looking for a social, as well as a legal stamp of approval on their lifestyle. So what is so wrong here that all sides can't have their cake and eat it too?
I propose the Ambiguously Gay Corporation Act of 2006. That's right, the beginning to an end of needless fray between Gays and Lesbians joined against the Ambiguously Grey Corporation of Bushco, Robertson and all of their collective grey haired, old world, mindless money grubbing, holier than though, anti-gay neophytes. It has something for everyone!
On the surface, marriage looks to be a holy union, reverent, based in faith, and binding before God. When looked at under the glass, marriage provides a union, reason for perseverance, tax-shelters, financial inclusion, inheritance laws, and a piece of paper to stand up in court, in more layman terms an "Articles of Incorporation!" See? An end to the meanies, with a means to an end.
The way I see it, the whole argument merely revolves around money, as is usually the case when major factions go to blows, and yes Virginia, the Gay Community is a major faction, why just look at Broadway and shudder to think if all the Gays didn't attend and aspire to be Liza!? Seriously though, this is a war among titans, and I always follow the money trail when looking for a story, and/ or resolution.