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Bill the Splut | June 5, 2006 PM Half of all American marriages end in divorce.Isn't that the biggest threat to the sanctity of marriage? That'll save the Institution of Marriage right there!We ought to be getting these marriage bigots admitting that they have to strip away rights these Americans already have to do what they want to do.And then we need to ask the people "who don't know what they think about it" if they want to align themselves with people who want to destroy actual marriages in order to "preserve" a definition of marriage that doesn't actually exist.

But c'mon, these are people dumb enough be marriage bigots in the first place.Look: anyone who wants to destroy marriages should not get the high ground in the marriage debate. The marriage bigots want to destroy the marriages of thousands of Americans. More seriously, until it can be shown how legal marriage between two adults in any way causes me harm, I say let love rule.Until then, they should just follow the bible on this..."Having civil unions seems a fair compromise." To whom?Given that same-sex couples are legally getting married, telling them that there's this "separate but equal" thing that's just like the real thing isn't going to fly.

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