Comment: He is not advocating anything against gays.

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He is not advocating anything against gays.

Some gays (like my nephew) believe there should be laws FOR gays. Because I oppose this, he says I am against gays. He is wrong. If I were against gays, I would support laws that criminalize it. I oppose those laws just as much as I do laws for gays. Either is legal compulsion and Liberty allows neither.

What the heck does it mean to "isolate" some segment of the electorate? Does it mean to "disagree"? To "not approve"? So what?

If it means to legislate against, then your logic is faulty. You may not like what Rand said here, but he said nothing wrong.

Where do you want the govt to intervene in people's lives, it what they say?