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When you are born in America or legalized as a citizen you are granted certain unalienable rights under the constitution and the declaration of independence We are granted the freedom of speech freedom of press freedom of religion the right to vote right to bear arms and the right to the pursuit of happiness But is this really the case Are the citizens of the United States really as free as they believe I say no Today I am here to expose a great injustice in Americas judicial system First I will explain the details of this injustice secondly I will take you through what its like to be a victim of this injustice and lastly I will tell you how YOU can be part of the solutionSo are you REALLY as free as you believe Do you REALLY have all this freedom guaranteed by the government of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA For most of us yes but for a growing number this so-called freedom is becoming more and more of an illusion everyday Im talking about the freedom to wed whom EVER you chose Right now in the US you have the right to chose when you marry how many times you marry where you marry and who you are married by but still TODAY in our country you cannot chose the sex of your spouse Still in the US same sex marriages are illegal and not recognized by the state It is illegal for this con trys citizens to discriminate on the basis of sex race religion ethic background or SEXUAL PREFERENCE so why is it that our government feels that THEY hold hat right I believe that same sex marriages should be recognized as holy matrimony in all 50 statesTake Meagan Murphy and Laura Carson for example This young homosexual couple dated for many years and went though a lot before they decided that they wanted to spend the rest of
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