All The Gays Will Eventually Marry All Other Gays, Because This Is How Socialism Works
Haha, Steve King, a Republican congressman from Iowa, did a really funny impression of misunderstood hyperbole last night on wingnut radio! He goes: The problem with the "slippery slope" argument—i.e., if the gays are allowed to marry other gays, there is absolutely nothing stopping them from marrying their own gay parents!!—is not that it's hilariously overwrought, which it is, it's that it has not been taken far enough.
Because seriously, what is stopping these calculating gays from all getting together and marrying every single other gay??
“If relationships between individuals cannot be prohibited by the state legislature, then there’s no ban that can actually be constitutional that would ban group marriage and it wouldn’t have to be for reasons of, let me say, love or lust, it could be reasons of profitability or avoiding taxes or accessing benefits,” King said.
“So in the end, this is something that has to come with a, if there’s a push for a socialist society, a society where the foundations of individual rights and liberties are undermined and everybody is thrown together living collectively off one pot of resources earned by everyone, this is one of the goals they have to go through is same-sex marriage because it has to plow through marriage in order to get to their goal."
God, the LEAST of America's problems is if two rogue atomized gays get an individual marriage somewhere! Fear the inevitable collectivized group gay marriage, which would logically require that 100% of America's tax benefits and Medicare and defense budget be funneled towards this homosexual singularity.