I've said this many times before, but it bears repeating:
If you're against gay marriage because it's in the Bible, you'd better also not mix wools and linens, be pro-slavery, and favor the death penalty for adulterers and selling your daughters for marriage. You don't get to cherry-pick the parts of the Book of Leviticus that suit your preexisting prejudices and call it being pious. That's just being a bigot.
Also: If you're against gay marriage -- great! Be against gay marriage. But saying total strangers can't get married because of your
religious beliefs is rather like saying you can't eat a donut because I'm on a diet.
Also #2: The last time North Carolina modified their marriage laws was in the 19th century. It was to ban interracial marriage. Then again, there are some states where interracial marriage wasn't legal until the 1990s. Progress!
Current Mood: disappointed
Current Music: "Poor Old Dirt Farmer" by Levon Helm