I just watched a segment on 'World News Tonight,' and all I can is what I saw is very disturbing. It appears many political leaders in Ohio, the governor, etc. are wanting to redefine marriage in two ways. One, eliminating gay marriage, and two, clarifying that unmarried couples can in "no" way receieve benefits that a married couple would. For instance, an unmarried couple cannot buy a house together (this was one example World News Tonight gave), which I'm sure there's certain benefits to. Taxes, I assume, would be another. The one thing I'm disgusted with is do people not understand what 'Seperation between church and state' means? Edit: In no way am I trying to touch on the religious side of this issue. Strictly, I'm only referring to the political value of this. I wish Kerry would clarify his views more on marriage and in particular, his views on the enforcement of 'Seperation between church and state.' I'm aware Bush already has, and he made a fool of himself.