He's totally right. I mean, all you have to do is *say* you're gay. You don't even have to be. And if they want proof, there are all sorts of states where you can go through a ceremony that isn't legal or binding to "prove" your commitment to a gay lifestyle.
I don't think there'll be a draft, but just imagine if there was, and all of a sudden, 2/3 of the 18-26 year old males in the country declared themselves gay and got marriages in states that had made it illegal to prove that they were?
I suppose they'd have to say that gays could serve in the military, or else try and scare people off by legalizing and completely legitimizing gay marriage. . .
And wouldn't that just be horrid?
Being gay is cheaper than moving to Canada.