And especially not for thou…

July 27, 2006

Meanwhile, another judge ruled this week that it is okay for her state to ignore the federal Constitution’s “privileges and immunities” clause (and presumably the “equal protections” clause also) because limiting marriage to opposite-sex couples furthers the state’s essential interest in procreation — more babies mean more canon fodder for war and more tax payers for growing government. Perhaps marriage licenses should be made renewable, annually, dependent on pregnancy and child residency. Surely this would both create a valuable revenue stream for government and increase procreation — or at least attempted procreation.

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