Florida has a Constitutional Amendment on the ballot on Tuesday, November 4 which would theoretically ban gay marriage. I am voting against it and urge my fellow Floridians to join me in voting NO. As a libertarian I don't want the government telling me what I can do in my private life. Life is short and true happiness is hard to find. If loving gay couples want to form a union what business is it of mine? Why shouldn't gay people be protected like everyone else when it comes to credit, property rights and equal protection under the law? Saying "God" ordained that marriage be between a man and woman is mixing Church and State-it's unconstitutional. I don't want the government telling me what kind of gun I can own, what kind of drugs I can ingest or who I can marry. I want government out of the boardroom and the bedroom. I don't want the government deciding what consenting adults can do in private. The first landmark anti-gay ballot question, the Briggs Amendment, was defeated in California when former Governor Ronald Reagan had the courage to oppose it because it infringed on personal freedom. Amendment 2 is much the same. Vote against it.