So a clerk working for a government can discriminate based on personal feelings? So, by your 'logic', a clerk could refuse to give a marriage license application to a mixed-race couple and not be fired? Hmm....I don't think that is based in a place I call "reality".
And....if we both agree that marriage licenses shouldn't exist (which I do), then why would you use that to justify a different arguement? It just plain doesn't make sense. I'm with you - no government involvement of any kind. But, how can you be FOR government preventing two people of making a marriage contract? Again, doesn't make sense.
As to the rest, first of all, I didn't "accuse" you of being Christian. Secondly, even if I did it would have nothing to do with anything. Thirdly, my "judgement" cannot be a fallacy, that claim in itself is a fallacy called "Arguement from Ignorance" (no, I'm not calling you ignorant - it is based on the lack of knowledge of something as evidence of existence). A fallacy is a string of logic that doesn't make proper causation connections, it is demonstrable, an individual judgement is not.
"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain
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