Some people do practice religions that call for bigamist relationships, they are being discriminated against because of their religious beliefs, if gay marriage is passed I dont see how you stop these religious folks from marrying.
This, of course is predicated on the assumption that homosexuality is a conditon, not a choice, which I believe and you don't.
Atrophy: what you get when you win atournament.
If you don't see how we can have gay marriage and not bigamy, look at Massachusetts and Iowa to get an idea.
There's no such thing as a pretty good aligator wrestler.
I don't think that the Constitution says anything about marriage. That means that it is up to the states to decide. Maine voters have decided. If gay people in Maine don't like it, they can move. It is legal in other states and nothing is stopping them from going there. Except for the fact that they DO want special privilages. By that I mean that they don't like the outcome of the vote and want to overturn it illegally. In Ohio it is illegal to smoke in any public facility, whether it is a private club or not. I am not a smoker, but I don't like the law because it sends a lot of people to Kentucky to spend their money and has ruined many local businesses (bars and bowling alleys). But since it was voted on, there is nothing anyone can do about it except open your business in KY or Indiana. Gays are in the same position and need to realize that the majority vote rules and these things are not protected in the US Constitution.