Good topic. Marriage is a state issue, not a federal issue. Thus, if Massachusetts wants gay marriage, let them have it. The federal government should not define marriage, but should put laws in place to prevent a gay couple from getting married in one state and then forcing another state to recognize the marriage.
The federal government HAS put in place a law so as not to force other states to recognize homosexual marriage. This is the Defense of Marriage Act, which even as we speak, has gay activists in court trying to overturn.
Massachusetts never got to vote on gay marriage. It was forced on them by court order.
I hear what you are saying, but the fact is, the gay activists are NOT content to just have same-sex marriage allowed in some liberal states. Their eventual goal is 50 state same-sex marriage through court order, not through any legislative process.
essentialy what was attempted with DOMA-the Law our Reprobate
anti-American Pretend President wants to repeal.