Originally Posted by jillio
Vermont wasn't passed by voters.
The voters could have had it put to a referendum. They didn't. Same sex marraige is legal in Vermont. Can you cite any horrid consequences that have come from that that have affected the heterosexual, or the religious, population in any way, shape, or form?
And it still has not come up as a votable issue to the majority of the voters.
DOMA. It will be overturned before long, as well. The whole idea of denying an entire population a right granted to every other person in the country is absurd, not to mention a few other things, as well.
So what is your legal premise for opposing gay marraige?