Does someone want to show me the "gay agenda" in that?
Does someone want to tell me why I deserve to be part of a "second class" that can't enjoy all the benefits of living in this great nation and this great state?
I'm like a lot of people - except that I can't get married, absent protections from my forward-thinking employer I could be fired just for being gay, and can be in a relationship for 4 months, 4 years, 14 years, or 40 years and still be treated as strangers in the eyes of the State (while Britney Spears can get married on a drunken whim and immediately get all the rights & responsibilities of marriage: THAT is the crap from which marriage needs to be protected).
I would never force any church to marry gay folks; if they don't want to extend the welcome God extends to all His children, then I don't want to be a part of that community. There are plenty of welcoming churches (and Justices of the Peace) out there. But the "full faith & credit" clause of our great nation needs to be honored.
There's only one thing that I wrote that "entitles" me to equal treatment under the law, and that's my first three words: "I'm an American."