What’s the matter? Ill equipped to provide a rational rebuttal?Yawn..
Well, in part because you seem to lack the ability to provide any reputable proof of your assertion, and in part because it is utterly irrelevant to the constitutional guarantee of equal protection.It is the gay community that claims they were born that way........ROTFLMAO
Feel free to offer proof from a reputable medical, scientific, or academic organization to that effect that will make you look less foolish. Right now you have offered an assertion which you cannot remotely prove, and which ultimately has no relevance whatsoever to the topic at hand.If that is the case then it must be a genetic defect as it is not normal........LOL
Way to make yourself look incompetent.
It is irrelevant whether it is a choice or defect (although my challenge stands to substantiate your drunken boast), as it has no bearing upon the constitutional guarantee of equal protection. If they are persons within a state’s jurisdiction, then they are entitled to equal protection of the laws.So is it a choice air a defect?????
Do you delight in making yourself look foolish? Because you seem to do so with great regularity.
Actually, when addressing equal protections, it specifically says that states must provide ALL PERSONS within their jurisdiction, not all citizens, equal protection of the laws.All that typing for nothing..
The 14th Amendment protects "Citizens"- with the repeal of the 13th the States could once again have slaves, which in turn would no longer qualify as citizens. There would be no need to repeal the 14th as well.
However, even if your assertion WERE true, and the 14th Amendment only applied to citizens, it would STILL be applicable to homosexuals who were citizens.
Your other argument about reinstating slavery is both inept and irrelevant.