@SethPhotopoulos said:@NlGHTCRAWLER said:@believer258 said:@NlGHTCRAWLER said:Yes, because forcing our beliefs and morals down an entire state's throat is the right thing to do. If you live in NC and don't like it, then DONT FUCKING LIVE THERE. Marriage and things of that nature are state laws and regulations. The federal government should have no say in the matter.Great. I'll take my 20 year old self and just move on out, 'cause the two hundred dollars to my name is gonna carry me pretty far, isn't it?If it bugged you enough, sure why not?I guess he'll just live on the side of the road then in California. That argument is dumb. It's unrealistic in some cases depending on your financial situation.Why not try to make the place you live in a better place for you and other people? It seems that was the intention of all of the North Carolinians that voted for and against amendment one. The issue shouldn't be dropped just because some people in NC voted for amendment one.It's not being dropped. Some friends of mine are posting against it on Facebook. Strangely enough, the gay ones aren't saying a word...Personally? I've never been one to get embroiled in affairs that have nothing to do with me. It still annoys the hell out of me that people won't accept differences, but at the moment I've got enough troubles of my own to go rallying against an issue that I don't have much invested in either way.