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    Posted March 30, 2013 by
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    Same-sex marriage hearings: Your thoughts


    The question about gay marriage from an idiot

     
    Correct me if I am wrong, but does the debate for the gay-marriage issue is definitely not only a fight for the Christianity values versus the human rights, but also how the world will see the United States of America in the future? About the outcome whether in the future the USA were defined as either a Christian nation or a nationalistic country?

    Before we can answer to the gay marriage debate, the USA Government should inform one and every citizen of the United States of America and the World about how the nation define of its identity. Due to the fact to the research to the CNN articles and other mass media, the USA is not a Christian nation, but with Christians as majority.

    This is important, since there is an actual simple and ignorant answer for this issue, a win-win situation for both sides. Why not let the gay married under the states law, but the marriage cannot be enforced to the church? After all, the nation is not under the church and vice versa. It’s the people that are under the law.

    However, I am an idiot who knows nothing about the politics and religion. So please, tell me, why we cannot choose to close our eyes and make it simple? The fight had just became too dirty, because marriage is after all exclusively owned by those who wants to be committed.
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