But if two people want to sleep with eachother, but they're married, are you advocating a law to punish those people? Under what authority? Who decides what is and isn't moral?
If you are referring to 2 people in 2 separate marriages that want to sleep with eachother and destroy 2 family units whether there are kids involved or not...you are damn right I support a law to punish both individuals.
I would think this is common sense.
For me, the fact that two people can sign a piece of paper and effectively cheat their taxes for the rest of their lives (commuting earnings to your space to stay below the high-tax threshold, for example) is morally wrong; you use those streetlights and hospitals and policemen just as much as I do, you should f*cking well pay for them as much as I do
A bit off topic but...How is paying your taxes morally wrong. If you have a problem with your local tax structure you may want to run for a government position and change them. Tax law is not perfect. And how is 2 people shacking up to pay one rent instead of 2 any different. We can nit pick all day.
The idea that the state, in any way, should be able to dictate THIS is morally good and THAT is morally bad for you is morally abhorrent, whatever your views on marriage.
Not sure what this means??