Care to argue how a married hetersexual couple can get a tax break, but a gay couple can't?
That's fair, to you? That's equal treatment?
As far as probate, our laws (in 49 states) are based upon English common law. That means that a child who hasn't seen her father in forty years has a greater claim to her father's estate that his partner of the last thirty years, and there have been successful challenges to wills when children were passed over for gay or Lesbian lovers.
We can't keep pretending that the Constitution doesn't apply to them. They are American citizens and entiitled to every single benefit that we are entitled to.
It's not a religious debate. All major religions are clear in their condemnation.
It's a secular debate about whether we follow the Constitution or we don't.
More information about formatting options