The fact that our nation is moving to embrace marriage equality cannot come as a surprise to anyone with a sense of our country's history. We are by our nature a progressive nation -- it's one of the reasons we are an exceptional country. True, It may take a great deal of blood, sweat and tears, but we move forward. We have seen this from the fight for women's right to vote, to ending segregation, to striking down laws that banned interracial marriage.
we have far more people in prison than most countries
more people die in violent deaths than most countries
we have massive income and potential inequities
we have broken education/justice and health systems
we have broken government
we are massively in debt
the economy does not work
we have a third world passenger rail system
50 million americans rely on food stamps
we become increasingly despised around the world no matter which party runs Washington
todays youth are the first generations in a very long time that can expect to have a lower standard of living than their parents,,the American dream is dead dead dead.
BUT THE GAYS ARE GETTING THEIR RIGHTS, WE ARE GREAT!