Originally Posted by Gonetodarkside
Being pro constitution does not mean you are pro gay marriage or pro choice, it means you feel it is not the federal governments business to legislate such matters.
for example, I am a libertarian that chooses to live a conservative lifestyle. I feel that gay marriage is a sin, that being said I do not want the federal government to legislate morality.
Personally I consider abortion murder and that makes it a much different issue than gay marriage.
Caveat: I've never partied with the TEA party crowd (I have a job), but in general it makes me cringe when we ask about whether or not gay marriage should be allowed.
How about we re-frame the question around why the government is involved in ANY of our marriages? [edit: I know the answer why...] It should be between you, your [potential] spouse, and your God - if applicable.