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  • #21
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    Isnt it funny that the people who whine about "freedom" most are the ones who tend to fight against it?
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    Why is it that you're doing what even further divides this country? I thought it was about "equal rights"? So it is about payback more than anything else? The right wing hated you, now you're going to give them the legal finger and that's going to help "normalize things" in what way? I don't give a damn if you marry camels but I am sick to death of the CRYING. Grow the hell up. George Washington didn't sit around saying "Boy those fcking British. I really hope they go nuts. I love it". How frigging immature can you be?
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    @jessejaymes it is not those that advocate for equality that are on the wrong side of this. The Christian Right is using their religion to oppose equal rights for a segment of our society. What right do they have to do that? Why are they even allowed to do such a thing. It is they not the supported of equality that have divided the country on this issue. If they would have just support civil unions with equal benefits then this would never have gone like it has. They would not they wanted gays and lesbians to have nothing. they wanted to hurt them. They have forced equality supporters hands to go this route because of their bigotry. Your calling out the wrong people, you're ire should be directed at those seeking to use religion as a weapon of discrimination. So yes I am thrilled that they are losing the war.
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    @Speedieg The Christian right has been WRONG about EVERYTHING since I can remember and that's about 60 years. The world goes on without the Christian right having a damn thing to say about most of it. You just need to stop with the professional victim bullshit. Gay men are the worst self inflicted professional victims in society. I never seen Lesbians cry the blues constantly like gay men do. You won this round, you're winning every round almost these days and I'm happy for you but this nation does not revolve around YOU. Stop sniveling for once and rejoice. Do you remember how it feels to be HAPPY?
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    I know I wish I could just burn a blunt with Justice Roberts and Alito...they may think/feel differently about the situation...lol
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    @kirbstomp1 - I hope it is legalized. It would reduce the populations of our prisions, allow law enforcement to focus on violent crime, free up money from the failed war on drugs and finally I could smoke up. I am a firearm owner and I have random workplace drug screenings so I can't yet. :(
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    Legalizing weed is a win situation all around, but kirbstomp1 does have a point to which employers can still say no to their employees smoking it.
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    @kirbstomp1 I tell you what, though. That's exactly how it should be. You want to use it? No problem. I don't want to hire you or I decide to fire you? Great. That's a freedom on both sides.
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    Good decision. The SC gets it right every once in a while. Shame on House republicans for spending hundreds of thousands of tax payer dollars trying to defend DOMA after the administration refused to do so.
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    @PNWest
    It is not up to the Big O or his cronies to define what is or is not constitutional... He took an oath to uphold the law of the land, not just what HE deems may or may not be constitutional. He had no business saying not to enforce a law, be it unconstitutional or not.
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    @cubeshaker Bullsh1t! He had no obligation to defend and unconstitutional law. If you believe otherwise why don't you cry for his impeachment for not defending the law.
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    @PNWest So President "The Kenyan" Hussein "Moslem" Obama knows what is uncontitutional or not?

    That's why NOT being qualified under the Constitution he steals the presidency hijacking America and turning it into moslem islamic socialist states?
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    The Supreme Court has turned it's back on decency and the people of the US several times already. I wonder of they were threatened this time or paid off.
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    Term limits for all government officals are in high order. Starting with the supreme court. They just devalued every traditional marriage today.
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    @tallywag How? I woke up next to the same man I've been married to for 10 years. The man I love. The father of my child. I'm insulted that you think the commitment and love we share can be devalued by the fact more people now have the right to c ollect marriage benefits. I also hope if that if the value you put on marriage is measured by the amount of taxes other people can get back at the end of the year that you, yoursrlf are not and never get married. You clearly don't understand what it means to be married and what kind of work it takes to maintain that kind of commitment.
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    @TrueAtheist you are a non believer. What could you possibly know about a sacred vow to another and God witnessed by friends and family?
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    @tallywag Marriage is the same thing and it means the same thing whether you are religious or not. You just continue fighting a loose/loose situation. Its that kind of thinking that makes you people dinosaurs in the 21 century.

    Welcome to the 21 century where we believe in equality. Come join us. If not, just stay in your corner and spare us the Bullshit.
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    @tallywag
    Did you take civics in high school? You do realize that SCOTUS is a a lifetime apointment... they did this so they could focus on the constitution and so they had to worry about people like you.

    How did they devalue marriage. The value of marriage is two people signafying their love for each other, their commitment to each other and their desire to enter into a life long legally commited relationship. Now how has that ben devalued.....
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    @Speedieg

    Don't you mean, 31 state constitutional bans? All SCOTUS did was rule that the federal government could not deny benefits to married couples designated as such by states.
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    @Just_True They also struck down prop 8 and though that ruling trchnically only affects CA it opens the door for other similar / identical laws in other states to be contested. Such as prop 102 in AZ. Plus other states will follow suit more easily and legalize same sex marriage. No this fight is far from over and if anything it's going to accelerate at a back breaking pace. ;-)
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    @Speedieg This will never be over. You could have a gay President and an entire gay congress and it will still be whining, sniveling, crying, and emotional breakdowns every thirty minutes by gay men. It's who they are. How they act. A straight guy can get killed trying to protect his wife and child in a bank robbery and gays don't care. Their front page news is some gay couple getting told no about a damn cake.
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    You keep living that lifestyle, I don't think you will be thanking God. You will be pleading for mercy and it will be too late.
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    @caseyjones
    Actually Casey, I have spoken with God. He created me Gay and obviously had no problem with it.
    He DOES, however, have a problem with people being judgemental.
    And don't forget, God's own Son, Jesus, was bi-sexual.
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    I believe the government should get out of the marriage business. I don't agree with homosexuality, but I'm not going to force you to agree with me.

    I just wish the government would give the same benefits to me, a single white male, as it does with a married white male. That's discrimination between the wed and unwed.
  • #54
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    This is a WIN WIN..........Gays can get married and we don't have to hear about it anymore.
    Congrats to Gays ...I know the Party will be F A B U L O U S..........you can worry about community property and alimony tomorrow........Get a great lawyer and put EVERYTHING is the PreNup.
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    We sure are getting a "mixed bag" from the supreme court. It's legal for the government to seize someone's land. Government control of the health care industry is legal. But defending traditional marriage is putting too much power in the hand's of government. Go figure.
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