I share David Harsanyi's view on gay marriage. (Summarizing, that it's best just to get the State entirely out of the marriage business at all; restrict them to recording and protecting contracts.)
I have zero interest in anyone's love life other than my own, provided consenting adults are involved. Mormons can marry a hundred wives and Amazons can marry a hundred men for all I care. Ditto, only stronger, their sex lives. Who puts what genitals where is simply none of my — or anyone else's — business.
Frankly, I wish everyone would just shut up about the whole thing. The topic is boring, usually trivial in impact on anyone (homosexuals and heterosexuals alike), and we have much, much larger issues to deal with as a society. (Yes, I know I'm not going to get my wish.)
Frankly again, my biggest complaint here is the co-opting of an irreplaceable English word: gay. There simply is no short, sharp, euphonious substitute for that feeling of lighthearted carefree joy felt on a sunny Sunday afternoon when one's article has been accepted for publication. How else could one describe in one word the feeling experienced watching Fred Astaire dance on a piano?
All that said, I cheered at this Michael Ramirez cartoon, because of its reference to the Constitution and the Founders:
I think that's consistent with Mr. Harsanyi's — and my — view.
And, now, following my own advice, I'm going to shut up about the subject.