Gay marriage issue is about tax implications

2014-03-11T00:00:00Z Gay marriage issue is about tax implications
March 11, 2014 12:00 am

All taxpayers should realize the reason homosexuals want legal marriage rights is so all taxpayers can help pay for their lifestyle. 

Homosexuals may live together the same as heterosexuals. Both groups may create wills or buy life insurance policies to financially benefit their beloved partners. So the benefit of the homosexual marriage license is that all taxpayers must help pay for government benefits for the remaining partner after there is a death.

In the future there may be additional expenses to pay for mental health counseling for the additional children growing up in households lacking male and female examples and leaderships.

- Herman Krueger, Valparaiso

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