You're a real riot! What ridiculous nonsense.<quoted text>
You have conceded that three or more is greater than two. One only needs be able to count in order to see that polygamists seek greater protection of the law for three or more persons.
Would you care to answer whether you are actually making a legitimate argument for polygamy, or if you are just foolish enough to think that you have a valid argument against gay marriage here?
Why, polygamy, of course.
Why is it that people who make this argument cannot count?
And your point is what, exactly? The constitution guarantees equal protection of the law for all persons.
3>2, it is not equal to two.
The valid argument against it is that it seeks inherently greater protection of the law, of course; a fact that has been upheld, time and time again, in court.
Would you care to come back to the topic at hand and offer a valid argument on the topic?
Of course, this is merely another logical fallacy. There is no rational basis to limit the legal protections of marriage to being between a man and a woman, thereby expressly abridging the rights of same sex couples unconstitutionally.
Read the 14th Amendment.
Well, let us think about this a moment. Homosexuals seek equal protection of the law to marry the adult consenting same sex partner of their choosing, which is equal to marriage as allowed in every state in the union. Those seeking polygamy seek greater protection for three or more people, which is not allowed in any state of the union.
A 3 person marriage seeks the SAME protection as a 2 person marriage, nothing more. Get it? Got it? Good.