More on Marriage

Is marriage in the US a href="http://www.upi.com/NewsTrack/view.php?StoryID=20060530-051130-3149r"on the rocks/a like it is in Britain? Apparently, the changing views on marriage are not going to stop the British legal system from stepping in to a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,,1786321,00.html?gusrc=rss"further control interpersonal behavior/a as those who are living together will now be subject to similar "rights" of those who are married--and finally, now gay couples will be included in the screw job--I mean rights--that we heterosexuals have suffered with--I mean "benefited" from, for years. (Hat Tip: a href="http://hotair.com/archives/the-blog/2006/05/31/sex-and-marriage-man-proves-fidelity-by-cutting-off-his-schwanz/"Hot Air/a) br /br /BTW, I am not talking about the interpersonal relationship of marriage as a "screw job"--a wonderful relationship is the ultimate reason for marriage, I merely mean that unfair laws regarding marriage can sometimes be a "screw-job."