Well, letís see, there the equal protection clause; the 14th Amendment also enjoins states from abridging the rights of US Citizens (which gay marriage bans absolutely do); thereís strict scrutiny, the level of judicial review applicable when dealing with infringing constitutional rights like equal protection, which requires that before a constitutional right is infringed a compelling state interest must be served; There is the fact that the US Supreme Court has held that marriage is a fundamental right, and done so on 14 separate occasions; and in a separate ruling held that fundamental rights may not be put to a vote; I could go on, however you have yet to even rationally address the aforementioned.Get ready to march and cry, because you all just don't get the law and you don't have enough stupid people.
If you believe that I have lsot this argument, feel free to present a sentence of supporting facts to disprove anything that I have said.
Do I think you have lost? No. I think your arguments have been decimated one by one. You attempt, inexpertly to put words in my mouth making nonsense arguments about incest and polygamy, but the reality is that these have been addressed as a matter of law and will be unaffected by allowing same sex marriage. The jurisdictions that already allow gay marriage clearly illustrate this fact.
Actually, those are your arguments, I have correctly pointed out that they are irrelevant, as they have both been addressed by law and would not change if marriage equality were allowed.Your polygamy and incest arguments were defeated 3 years ago, so come up with something new.
Your polygamy argument is particularly priceless and childlike, simply because it is so easily dispatched by indicating the simple fact that it seeks greater (three or more is greater than two), not equal, protection of the law.