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Why distinguish that? The marriage is between two people, not necessarily the public. The two committing to marriage, I should hope, know what their lifestyle is going to be. Now if it were a guy thinking he was going to marry a girl, but "she" was a he, then yeah there needs to be knowledge of what he is getting into.
You have no right to take the moral high ground on anything while you support the American military.
That's an interesting theory of yours.
Also, where you laughing when you wrote this?
"You're making the extremely common mistake of thinking an argument is about belittling or mocking your opponent rather than simply finding out who is right. Attacking your opponent might make him emotional, but it won't make you right and him wrong. If you are making an appeal to populism then it might help bring people onto your side, but of course it is a fallacy that this has any relationship to being right.
In short, it is disappointing that you feel mockery and/or ad hominem are legitimate tactics to use during an argument, because it implies you haven't grasped the point of why arguments are important in the first place."