I stand for freedom.


I’ve heard a lot of opposing views on the chicken debate and before going into mine, I’d like to preface it with my views on gay marriage.I am a Libertarian. I don’t believe the government has any business in marriage, but unfortunately, with our current tax code, marriage is a federal institution. On the flip side, religion has no business in government. Therefore, I believe in government unions and religious marriage. If gays want to get married in a church, that’s something they’re going to have to take up with the church and its congregants. I don’t believe in this “support gay marriage” nonsense, because passing gay marriage state-by-state is only addressing the symptom, not the disease. The disease is in the tax code. The disease is that the government is intimately involved in a holy union between two people. The only way to eliminate this breach of separation of church and state is to rewrite the tax code, and let the churches, and the churches alone, perform a marriage.So the hundreds of people that yell and berate me every day — calling me bigoted, racist, redneck, ignorant, uneducated — are simply just ignoring the fact that I am a Libertarian, and I do not subscribe to legalizing “gay marriage” as it is termed. The gays are simply addressing the wrong issue if they truly want freedom.

 

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