Do you have a point at all, or did you just want to start an Anti-Mormon Thread and see where it goes?
I guess if your point was to point out that the two groups one practicing polygamy, which is not legal or an accepted practice in western culture, and the other practicing gay marriage, which at this point is not legal, and accepted practice in western culture were both practicing something that is not legal and is not accepted in western culture, than I guess your point was made.
Other than that I fail to see the correlation between the two groups.
Ask yourself this, if Mormons are the evil group that they are being portrayed as, than why when Gay Marriage was instituted against the will of 61 percent of the vote in California, why did you not see the Mormons out burning police cars and rioting in the streets?
Why if Mormons are so evil, did you not hear about the Mormons running around beating up the No on 8 Groups? Because it did not happen.
Of course now it is ok for the No on 8 Group to single out and attack those who voted yes on 8. Why single out the Mormons? Did not 70 percent of African Americans vote yes on 8? Ok, lets attack them. Probably because there is no way to attack the African American population who know what it is like to be hated because of the color of your skin.
Maybe because they REALLY had their civil rights denied to them. Maybe because a Minority group can't wake up in the morning and decide they don't want to be who they are today. This is not about civil rights. Can anyone show me where in the Constitution it gives any group the Civil Right to Marriage? Anyone?
Because Marriage is not a Civil Right. Marriage is not a right given to us by the Government. Marraige is a Religious Ceremony that the Government agreed to recognize as a means to collect tax revenue, and make it easier to account for family groups. It is not a right granted to anyone by the government.