At the end of the day, Ms. Nagy, you’ve chosen to throw all of these facts and variables right out the window. You’ve instead decided that it’s the government’s job to disallow people of their privilege to marry.

You find solace in the idea of government intervention because it would prove (or at least provide populous support) that young marriages simply couldn’t work, rather than coming to grips with your own horrible life decisions. It couldn’t be your life pattern of situational ethics dictating your ever-changing values that resulted in your failed marriage. Rather, I guess it’s the world that’s done you wrong.

You keep telling yourself that, sweetheart. Meanwhile, I’ll be sipping a cold one on the beach next to my wonderful new wife on our honeymoon.

Because we decided to do it the right way. Government intervention not included.