Show of HandsShow of Hands

RunnerDude August 17th, 2016 3:40am

Do you think a person at the court house or a religious leader should have the right to say no to conducting a gay marriage if it is against their beliefs?

2 Liked

Comments: Add Comment

biker4life Arizona
08/17/16 5:51 am

Had to say no because of the courthouse. I don't really care who private religious institutions marry or not, but I expect the people in the courthouse to follow the law over their own beliefs.

Reply
Domino3 Abolish the ATF
08/17/16 12:56 am

This is just a.. Doesn't make sense at all

ClassicalLib Southern California
08/16/16 11:32 pm

Religious leader yes, courthouse no. I don't think that the government should be involved in marriage at all though.

Reply
susanr Colorado
08/16/16 8:53 pm

Not a yes or no answer. At a courthouse, their job is to follow the laws of the county or city, not their religious beliefs. In a religious institution, they are not required to perform a marriage for *any* couple if they don't want to (not just based on sexual orientation, but for any other reason).

Reply
Yankeemike Sell the Knicks Dolan
08/16/16 8:52 pm

Religious leaders sure. Courthouse no

Reply