Thursday, November 20, 2008

Who Pays for Signature on Marriage Certificate ?

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A Reply to Keith Miller's Letter to The Union newspaper:

Miller is ancient an honorable name, designating those who grind the good grain from the fields. What if we decided that the moment you dropped that occupation, you could no longer use that last name? That makes as much sense as claiming gays are unable to use the word marriage, and receive a state printed copy of a marriage licence.

My taxes and gays taxes go to pay for the salary of the civil servant who signs those documents. To have a state only agree to one religion's version of the definition of marriage, and to only pay that civil servant to sign for that religion, is a violation of the separation of church and state.

Pass it on. An attorney can make a name for him/her/itself with this. Another Keachie Koncept original.

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