A big victory for traditional values and a big loss for liberals and gay rights activists. The U.S Census Bureau declared that as of 2010, the United States will not recognize same-sex marriages, that includes same sex "marriages" in Massachusetts and California. However that doesn't stop the moonbats over at the Washington Post to go on a all out rant over the U.S Cenus Bureau decision.
"Unfortunately the stupidity and unfairness of that law gives [the census] something of a colorable argument," said Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.). "It was aimed very specifically at this. It's all the more reason to repeal it. . . . What is it accomplishing by not having an accurate count? It's not even good demographic policy."
The lack of data about same-sex married couples will inhibit researchers who want to better understand a variety of issues, such as wage differences for gay married couples and discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, said Gary Gates, a demographer at the UCLA School of Law.
"It limits our ability to get quality information," said Gates, author of the Gay and Lesbian Atlas. "In 2000, the census could very legitimately make the argument that with a same-sex couple, someone couldn't [legally] be a husband or wife. And so they were making an inaccurate response accurate by changing them to an 'unmarried partner.' The situation now is different. You are changing potentially accurate responses to inaccurate responses."
Of course with legalizing same-sex marriage would contradict evidence that heterosexual marriages is the best family setting to raise children in. I don't understand stand why liberals stand up for things like sexuality but then again liberals have values like a drunken frat boy.