+ 0 Votes Good idea but... Wild Card 4 years ago I see two outcomes should something like this ever pass. 1. Decrease in the number of people getting married. 2. Increase in homicides. + 0 Votes There are boxfiddler Moderator 4 years ago a lot of those, aren't there. + 0 Votes It will never get very far. w2ktechman 4 years ago This is just another of those stupid ideas that would never get very far. If it even makes the ballot (doubtful), Californians would never pass this. I can see making it a bit more difficult to get a divorce, but there are many valid reasons for them. Trying to make them ilegal just seems like someone got bent outta shape when they were hit with papers. + 0 Votes I wish him luck NotSoChiGuy 4 years ago At the least, I'd love to see a debate televised on this. The hemming and hawing would be epic. + 0 Votes Some people just don't get it. Jessie 4 years ago I'm thinking someone should start an ad campaign saying something along the lines of, "Gay marriage should be legal... why should THEY get to have all the fun?!?!" And anyway, my vows do say "til death do us part," which means ONE of us has to DIE... ] + 0 Votes SATIRE: Oz_Media Updated - 4 years ago the use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, or the like, in exposing, denouncing, or deriding vice, folly, etc. ___________________ "The effort is meant to be a satirical statement after California voters outlawed gay marriage in 2008, largely on the argument that a ban is needed to protect the sanctity of traditional marriage." Yes, he thinks people should live and let live too, which is the root of his jokingly presented activism. + 0 Votes He actually has a valid point JackOfAllTech 4 years ago The Bible says that marriage is a picture of the relationship between God and those who have acknowledged their disobediance and accepted His pardon. The typical ceremony has the words "What God has joined together, let no man part" and "'Till death do us part." Jesus said that the only acceptable reason for getting a divorce is infidelity of the other partner. To be fair (and not hypocritical) the people who supported the first measure should also support this one. Likewise, we should either make alcohol illegal or legalize drugs with the same restrictions as alcohol. Personally, I don't care what people do in their own homes behind closed doors. Leave me alone and I'll leave you alone. But why should I have to pay higher taxes and higher insurance premiums to support a lifestyle that drastically shortens the lifespan and is counter-survival to our species? + 0 Votes Better question. boxfiddler Moderator Updated - 4 years ago Why you think it's always fun when someone points out hypocrisy in the world?