Grego sounds off on same-sex marriages after two women get married in Austin, Texas.
"Two women got married in Austin thanks to a judge's order challenging the ban on gay marriage as unconstitutional. I really feel it`s time for those opposed to same-sex unions to surrender the fight and adopt a 'live and let live' attitude towards homosexuals. Sexual orientation makes them no less entitled to the same rights as heterosexuals, and you would think hard-core conservatives, determined to keep government 'out' of their lives would be all for the freedom of lgbt`s to tie the knot. Afterall, what business is it of anyone`s but the couple`s? But then religion and God get thrown at the argument and people freak out. What makes opponents the torch-bearers for morality? If you truly believe, why carry the burden? Put it in God`s hands, like we do with so many of life's problems that are out of our control? And none of us are perfect! Looking down on a person or the idea that one is somehow a better human than another based on sexual orientation sure is a narrow-minded view of their humanity. If opposition comes from healthcare or benefits for same-sex spouses, and the fear it will somehow bankrupt the system, at this point, gay marriage will be low on the list of contributing factors. Yes, the United States was founded on Judeo-Christian values, all of us endowed with unalienable rights from our creator, gays too! For that, we should all be thankful and therefore each run our own race! Thirty-seven states and the District of Columbia now permit same-sex marriage. the Supreme Court has vowed to decide the issue once and for all by the end of June and I predict gay marriage will soon be legal in all fifty states."