If taxpayer money isn't used to allow people to get married - then why do taxpayers get a say on whether or not gay marriage should be allowed or dis-allowed? Simply put if it doesn't take a dime out of my pocket and actually could PREVENT my local city from raising sales tax revenue due to the increased revenue from gay marriage licenses, why should gay marriage be legislated or voted upon? Who am I to say you can or cannot get married? Who are YOU to say it? This whole argument doesn't make sense. Sure you can say "I don't morally agree with gay marriage" that's your opinion and you're entitled to it. But to say "Gay marriage should be against the law" well that's just silly. It doesn't make any sense.