I then went on a little researching expedition.
Here is the link from the ad so have at it if you want:
It is from a site that hosts “Right-wing watch” so take it with a grain of salt.
Anyways, I went to my trusted friend, Wikipedia to do some more research.
(Don’t even bother saying Wikipedia isn’t a real source. Don’t waste your time. Don’t waste your dignity trying to argue about it with me. We all know Wikipedia isn’t a source on it’s own. But it does link to actual sources. Which is why I look at. Because I’m too ADD to read the sources. Especially since it takes me like 2 hours to watch an episode of The Five. Which is why, through many different sites, I stumbled across this topic and am now talking about it an hour later.)
Apparently this law states that if one state has legalized gay MARRIAGE that no other state is required to recognize that union as a MARRIAGE.
Apparently, some people think this is discriminatory. I call this ensuring the state’s 10th amendment rights.
What would be unconstitutional is to say that if one state allows gay marriage, every state has to accept it.
States don’t have to go along with what other states want to do. If that was the way it had to be, then there wouldn’t be a need for states.