Fischer: Gays Already Have Marriage Equality, Want Special Rights
Bryan Fischer is quite fond of the line of argument that gays don't need marriage equality because they already have the right to marry anyone they want ... so long as the person they want to marry is of the opposite sex.
Notice, at the end, how Fischer claims that gays don't want marriage equality, they really want "special privileges, special treatment that is denied to other folks."
How exactly can letting people marry partners of the same sex be considered "special treatment that is denied to other folks"?
After all, using Fischer's own logic, if gay marriage is legal, then everyone is entitled to marry partners of the same sex.
If Fischer's opposition to marriage equality is rooted in concerns that it would grant to gays "special treatment that is denied to other folks," allow us to reassure him that is not the case and that when gay marrige is legalized, he will have the very same right to marry the man of his dreams as everyone else.
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