It's when a person disagrees with libertarian writers and activists consistently on a range of issues which happen to be the very same issues where the traditional GOP conflicts with the traditional LP or what have you. However, the persistent patchwork of state marriage laws continues to stand in the way of many couples fully accessing the federal benefits they have earned including Social Security and Veterans Benefits. The government isn't suppose to lean towards one belief over another like forcing bible studies in public schools. I've seen commenters here make valid arguments against the very concept of limited liability, which is the heart of incorporation. John Deere WC 6. Just maybe, those with different life's experiences see life differently.
Libertarians should say that as long as the government does own and operate highwaysit must not discriminate irrationally or invidiously in their use.
31 arguments against gay marriage (and why they’re all wrong)
We shall have to wait and see. Just because the government decided to grant benefits to married couples does not mean marriage is a right bestowed upon us by government, that much is clear. Yet, the same justices who voted for this also vote for affirmative action which awards entitlements based on discrimination. It's only when the conservatarian sees the possibility that he himself will be subject to the regulatory regime that he imposed on others that he rediscovers his "principles. I want everyone, everyone, everyone to pursue their happiness however they see fit, and to you I'm the fucking oppressor. These concerns are genuine and important and an effort has been made to make them evidence based - even if the assertion by some that gay teenagers would commit suicide over a plebiscite had a funk of emotional blackmail about it.
Even if most people were against gay marriage, which polls consistently show is not the case, majority will is no justification for the exclusion of a minority. Changing the law to allow same-sex marriage would be undemocratic. There are also some differences regarding how the two unions are formalised. We rarely, however, hear concrete reasons why same-sex marriage is or is not a good idea. Understanding same-sex marriage recognition in this way has licenced intolerance, and encouraged entirely erroneous analogies with past civil rights injustice such as anti-miscegenation laws. And if everybody can claim privileges and exemptions, they will increasingly cancel out. Here is Kennedy admitting that there is race based 'preferences' being granted by the state.