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  • #11
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    This is all for show, I have nothing personal against gays...but they will never be married in the eyes of God. They
    can play "pretend', but that's all it is. Marriage is a solemn vow between one man and one woman. Period...
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    @Denizen_Kate - Good question. I don't know. It's a new day. Things will be different. I won't know how until it all plays out.
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    @Jet_Silverman - im agreeing with you? I don't find it sad at all if anything it shows America is becoming the nation it needs to be. Free, and gov staying out of peoples personal lives and bedroom.
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    I'm pretty sure the marriage gay people are aiming for has to do with the legal system. Therefore god's recognition isn't needed in this instance. Furthermore, for those of you say that god won't recognize them, aren't god. From what I know it is against the bible to speak and judge on god's behalf. So you pretentious religious folks can go back to reading your bible while pretending that you know it and pretending that it presides over a government that separates itself from the church.
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    What's happened to separation of church and state? I don't get why government needs to be involved in marriage, any marragies. Should be a contract. Then separate church service. The whole thing is stupid. And no one wants to hear my cut and dry take on the "gay/trans" marriages. The thread will explode and I will be booted off.
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    We need moral and social rules! EVERYTHING ... is not ok to do.. We have a generation who want to think they can do everything they want. They want to think that the right to personal choice makes it ok. I can go rob that bank because thats my personal choice to do that but there are consequences.
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    Equating armed robbery with same sex marriage is ridiculous. It is illegal to rob banks for a reason, but there is no valid reason to prevent a same sex couple from getting married. Why is it not okay for them to have the same legal rights and priviledges as opposite sex couples? What consenting adults do has nothing to do with you or your life, so why do you care?
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    @Denizen_Kate for beginners i served in the military and am planning on reenlisting after the first of the year. while in the army and on deployment you shower in huge tents in groups. Me.. being a heterosexual male, you know following the laws of nature, should not have to worry about a guy checking my ass out while im taking a shower. i mean where are my rights?. people can say what they want to but a man hitting another man in the ass is wrong any way you look at it. people being happy is one thing but teaching kids that its ok is wrong. It could be considered a type of population control.. gays cant reproduce so maybe the elite are the ones promoting gay rights.. i think im onto something..lolol
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    there's no such thing as 'moral social rules' . robbing a bank has consequences, but it has nothing to do with 'morals'. get a grip.
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    If they were truly in "love" why did they wait so long? If it is about for after life, there are contingencies you can put in place, for a fee, called power of attorney.
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    Power of attorney is usually trumped by next of kin when contested. In the case of a spouse, that IS your next of kin and has all legal say-so regarding a deceased spouse and any estate. Not to mention other spousal advantages such as health care coverage and custody of children. This is a legal issue, and therefore an equal rights issue.
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    @Denizen_Kate show me in the constitution where the choice of sexual preference is covered again? I must of missed that one. I would like to show that to my wife.
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    @Republican5001. Life, Liberty, and The Pursuit of Happiness. There ya go. Oh and since being gay is a choice or preference, when exactly did you choose or prefer to be straight?
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    @TheViper when my parents taught me that boys don't like other boys and girls don't like other girls. Oh and Catholic Church since I can remember. In my 40's now so been a long time.
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  • #181
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    Congratulations to the new couple. I thank them for serving our country in the bravest of capacities. All you bigots can go to some other country if you are so ungrateful for the protection these soldiers and others like them. Fortunately, this last election has proven that the bigots are in the minority, despite whatever lies NOM, Focus on the Family and others spew. BTW, all the independent polls (read: not funded by wingnut agendas) confirm what I am saying. :)
  • #171
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    if it violates any ones religion, then it should not be performed at any government facility. the government is required, to stay out of supporting or not supporting religious issues.
  • #195
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    Our government is required to protect individual's civil liberties, not deny them. If you disagree with gay marriage, don't marry a gay or perform the ceremony.
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    @wild_turkey6 sorry that is not what the constitution says. you cannot support any written or oral law, that steps on the toes of anyone else. the religions of the subtle beast vs the religions of G-D are not allowed,
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    @1adam2 That makes absolutely no.sense. The Bill of Rights are the guarantee of the rights of individuals from federal encroachment. The 14th Amendment establishes the same protections from the state.
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    @wild_turkey6 but neither the congress, the executive or judicial branch, shall make no law, for or against any religion. so you cannot establish support, for your fricken pagan religions against G-D. the fourteenth amendment, does not allow the government to violate anyones religious beliefs. the religions of halooseefer, are strictly forbidden by my religious beliefs. the us government has no legal right, to give any aid or comfort to them. nor do they have the legal right, to give aid and comfort to the religions of hasatan, or baal hamolech G-D hates also. they are also, an extreem threat to national security. and i do not want to see, this nation destroyed, because you want your lack of selfish morality.
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    @1adam2 A. Treating those that do no follow your beliefs as equals is not establishing a religion. It is exercising equality.
    B. It is not a national threatnor has God destroyed their nation. Canada has had SSM for years and as far as I know there has no been any fires from heaven or plagues of locust.
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  • #99
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    Am I the only one who has noticed that Politix leaves up "gay issue" stories as their lead story far longer than they do any other subject matter? Do you have a partisan axe to grind Politix?
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    @dances-weebles Actual social equality and equal rights for all people. I'm really not interested in the gay agenda.
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  • #91
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    just another crushing blow to the once great United States Military, which has now become the laughing stock of the world!
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    Homosexuality is a sin and considered a treatable mental illness by many in America. Civil unions I can see having them but this is a slap in the face of Marriage. All you did was further weaken a nation in doing this. Do you honestly think that the leader of countries like Iran and Russia plus China thein"Oh GEE isnt that special or boy I am scared to mess with the USA" Hell no! they look at us as weak for allowing this in the military. And for all those looney lefty types who will for sure tell me I am a racist or a homophobic person first you do not know me, and second I am not advocating violonce toward anyone gay straight whatever we are all sinners. what I am telling you is it makes us look weak to the middle eastern world as well as places that I mentioned. We surely have lost our sense of right and wrong. West point should be ashamed of themselves. The military is not the place for social experiments. Bill KY
  • #71
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    Great for them! I love how all the nut jobs, religious freaks and so called conservatives will go bat s¥*^ crazy over a simple gesture as a marriage.
  • #43
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    Is that a preacher performing the wedding? He's not a 'real' preacher, as I believe they read the Bible and would know what God thinks about gays. Still gagging...
  • #50
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    "Still gagging ... " And still having trouble living up to your user name, I see. Blessings are only for those who believe exactly what you believe? That seems kind of greedy to me.
  • #27
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    I feel about Gay weddings at military installations the same way I feel about Straight weddings.
    Two lovers who want to legally commit.
  • #25
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    These people are sworn to put their butts between me and bullets. If they want to get married in a military chapel by I have no problem with that at all, and mazel tov!

    How much an ingrate would you have to be to begrudge any member of the military this?
  • #34
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    You have to remember that these critics are the same people who would support banning Gays from military service.
    Some of them would actually be ungrateful if a Gay person died in combat defending them!
    Definition of warped thinking. IMHO.
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    You know honestly I don't care if they got married. My philosophy is if I'm not sleeping with you I don't care who you're sleeping with as long as they're legal age. But honestly I get sick to death of the daily infusion of "gay marriage". If I marry again to a woman can I get on Politix? I doubt it.
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