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June 26th, 2013, 20:49
This is a very complicated issue. I am all for equal rights but:
  • You are using the highest court in the land to dictate POLICY. This was never the intention of the Supreme Court.
  • You have a Puritan population electing Puritan officials. Progressive policies are enacted at a snail's pace in Congress not simply due to ineptitude and lobbyists, but based upon actual voters' feelings - ignorant or not.

What the country truly needs is a tax code slashed in half - one not reliant on marital status whatsoever. This would then negate the need for a court to police a country's sentiment towards marriage.
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