If all of those outraged about what is going on in Mass. today were to leave the state, what would they do?
I don’t think this ruling with stand, but whether it does or does not, the people of Mass. do not have to stay in that state and support that government. They can stay, they can pass the amendment, but they are facing a battle.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not for fighting it out. I think that we’re on a slippery slope where we will eventually
be forced to recognize these people as being married if things continue this way. I mean, think about it… What is the ultimate goal here?
It’s not tax exemption, equality in the eyes of the law, or anything of that nature. What these people long for is for society to proclaim their activity normal and acceptable. As long as those who disagree do not, they will not be satisfied.
Hence my question, would a protest by leaving make more of a difference to these people? Would it show the seriousness of the issue? Because obviously those that are exercising authority over us just don’t seem to get the picture. They don’t see the big struggle. So, maybe, if they’re tax dollars started falling off, if their businesses left the area, and if their state became a state of gays only, maybe they’d learn their lesson.