Should there be an amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibiting same-sex marriages?

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Sherma Ray:
"In actual fact there is a federal law on the books. It is the Defense of Marriage Act.
But if what I read is correct, judges in a few states are bending the heck out of that law.
So, as I see it, there are two choices. The first would be to get rid of the judges that read the law, and translate it to suit themselves. This would be time consuming and expensive. Or two, add an amendment that will clarify and enforce the law already on the books.

Tami Fagar
I'm not sure that this issue should be something that the government decides.
Personally, I do not agree with same-sex marriages, but I also believe that everyone has the right to make their own choices in life.
If we start dictating issues like this then where will the government draw the line?
Maybe we need to concentrate on our own family unit and concern ourselves less with others!

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