Do you think business owners are accepting Gay Marriages to "only" profit more on their business?
Greed or Morality Rules in regards to Gay Marriages being accepted?
Its a money thing.Nothing is done without the idea of money being somewhere in the mix.
How would businesses profit from gay marriage? I'm not sure I understand that.
@ Duffsmom, The businesses that can profit from Gay Marriages; The jewelry stores (ie. wedding rings, etc.), Wedding stores (wedding gowns, tuxedo's, etc.), Bakery (wedding cakes and whatnot), etc. There may be other business owners that can cash-in on Gay Marriages, they know who they are. :-)
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