However court rules, gay marriage deb...

However court rules, gay marriage debate won't end

There are 2348 comments on the NewsCenter 25 story from Mar 28, 2013, titled However court rules, gay marriage debate won't end. In it, NewsCenter 25 reports that:

However the Supreme Court rules after its landmark hearings on same-sex marriage, the issue seems certain to divide Americans and states for many years to come.

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Since: Sep 07

Littleton, NH

#1478 Apr 11, 2013
Get That Fool wrote:
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How does it make 'me' a bigot when it's your own stat???? LOL!!! You all are just funny....
It makes you a bigot because (1) you made a different claim and (2) your response indicates that gay households need to be held to a higher standard that heterosexual households.

I'd like to believe that we clear that very low bar. But I'm not making any claims.

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Since: May 09

Nonya!

#1479 Apr 11, 2013
NorCal Native wrote:
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I see you are pulling stats outta your azz again!!!
I don't need to 'make-up' anything to make my point...like responding to a post that was never made....
How pathetic you look to make such a generalized blanketed
statement!!!!
Babies know more about their surroundings than you think!!!
Really, do they 'smell' their fathers like they smell their mothers???? Do they 'know' their 'fathers' are in the room like they know their 'mothers' are in the room???? Get over yourselves...your lies don't go over here....

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Since: May 09

Nonya!

#1480 Apr 11, 2013
NorCal Native wrote:
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Like I said.......brainless!!!
Truthless!!!
Francisco dAnconia

Barre, VT

#1481 Apr 11, 2013
nhjeff wrote:
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Actually, excluding same-sex couples from marrying does nothing to help responsible procreation..
yes it does, it negates the one institution we have the encourages procreation by insisting it is not related just so you can join...

out of one side of your mouth you deny the stabilizing effect marriage has on kids, and with the other you cry that gays cannot be as stable for kids without marriage...

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Since: May 09

Nonya!

#1482 Apr 11, 2013
NorCal Native wrote:
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Who said "MATTERED"? I stated that the proponents of Prop 8 have already lost twice on that responsible procreation argument as a reason to deny the right to marry for Same-Sex Couples......and it didn't go well in front of SCOTUS either!!!
Again...not keeping up with your own posts........

I said 'not where it matters'...you posted a bunch of irrelevant drivel (that didn't MATTER), and here we are...
Francisco dAnconia

Barre, VT

#1483 Apr 11, 2013
NorCal Native wrote:
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So, breast feeding now is a parenting skill? Boy, that's interesting!!!
how would you CLASSIFY breast feeding then?
its kind of an important thing if you are a baby that is hungry...
or are you actually disputing the proven benefits of breastfeeding?
Now tell me about how we should follow "science"...

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Since: May 09

Nonya!

#1484 Apr 11, 2013
nhjeff wrote:
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It makes you a bigot because (1) you made a different claim
Which 'you' substanciated with your own stat....
and (2) your response indicates that gay households need to be held to a higher standard that heterosexual households.
What higher standard???
I'd like to believe that we clear that very low bar. But I'm not making any claims.
What 'bar' are 'you' talking about????

“You Get My Truth Here!”

Since: May 09

Nonya!

#1485 Apr 11, 2013
Francisco dAnconia wrote:
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yes it does, it negates the one institution we have the encourages procreation by insisting it is not related just so you can join...
out of one side of your mouth you deny the stabilizing effect marriage has on kids, and with the other you cry that gays cannot be as stable for kids without marriage...
Exactly Chief Justice Roberts' point!
Francisco dAnconia

Barre, VT

#1486 Apr 11, 2013
NorCal Native wrote:
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So, if a mother doesn't breast-feed, then she would be considered as having BAD parenting skills, right?
By the way....you do know that if you give a man estrogen, they can and will be able to produce milk from their breasts.......the breast is the same for both men and women except that a man's breast may not be as pronounced as a woman's!!!
Deflect dodge, we know the game..
can men breastfeed which science has determined is OPTIMUM for babies?

psst, your answer should be NO.

(cue sarcasm) and I am sure plugging yourself full with estrogen would have no impact on your nursing baby...(end sarcasm)

see how you think only of you and what you wish you could do and not the child?

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Since: Aug 08

MUST BEGIN WITH A SINGLE STEP!

#1487 Apr 11, 2013
Get That Fool wrote:
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I don't need to 'make-up' anything to make my point...like responding to a post that was never made....
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Really, do they 'smell' their fathers like they smell their mothers???? Do they 'know' their 'fathers' are in the room like they know their 'mothers' are in the room???? Get over yourselves...your lies don't go over here....
Yes, babies "SMELL" their fathers scent just like they "SMELL" their mothers and yes, they can tell when Daddy is around, especially if daddy is a stay at home dad!!!!
Francisco dAnconia

Barre, VT

#1488 Apr 11, 2013
nhjeff wrote:
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And it perpetuates a cultural environment where parents feel free to kidnap children from their same-sex partners.
Talk about irresponsible...
kidnapping children away?
what happened to the myth of the perfect gay parent?
Francisco dAnconia

Barre, VT

#1489 Apr 11, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>his prejudice is clearly clouding his ability to think rationally. it usually does...
change "prejudice" to "overblown sense of entitlement" and right back acha...
Francisco dAnconia

Barre, VT

#1490 Apr 11, 2013
Get That Fool wrote:
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Exactly Chief Justice Roberts' point!
and they will just call him bigot..
anything to not make a rational argument, they just insist "I AM ENTITLED..."

“A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES”

Since: Aug 08

MUST BEGIN WITH A SINGLE STEP!

#1491 Apr 11, 2013
Francisco dAnconia wrote:
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how would you CLASSIFY breast feeding then?
its kind of an important thing if you are a baby that is hungry...
or are you actually disputing the proven benefits of breastfeeding?
Now tell me about how we should follow "science"...
I wouldn't classify it as a PARENTING skill, more about basic nutrition and healthier for the baby's development process......and by the way, Dad's can give their baby breast milk from a bottle......thus making sure the baby is getting the best nutrition!!!

“A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES”

Since: Aug 08

MUST BEGIN WITH A SINGLE STEP!

#1492 Apr 11, 2013
Francisco dAnconia wrote:
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Deflect dodge, we know the game..
can men breastfeed which science has determined is OPTIMUM for babies?
psst, your answer should be NO.
(cue sarcasm) and I am sure plugging yourself full with estrogen would have no impact on your nursing baby...(end sarcasm)
see how you think only of you and what you wish you could do and not the child?
Sorry, putting additional estrogen in my body wouldn't be necessary because I already had enough and had no issues breast feeding my child, but what about the man/woman in Oregon who gave birth 3 times and breast fed his/her children......interesting azz story!!!

“A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES”

Since: Aug 08

MUST BEGIN WITH A SINGLE STEP!

#1493 Apr 11, 2013
Francisco dAnconia wrote:
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Deflect dodge, we know the game..
can men breastfeed which science has determined is OPTIMUM for babies?
It doesn't matter if breast-feeding is OPTIMUM for the baby's developmental process.......it is NOT mandated and therefore is not a solid bases to be considered as a parenting skill!!!
Francisco dAnconia

Barre, VT

#1494 Apr 11, 2013
NorCal Native wrote:
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I wouldn't classify it as a PARENTING skill, more about basic nutrition and healthier for the baby's development process......
breastfeeding a baby is not a parenting skill?
is this the point to which you must delude yourself or play semantics?
NorCal Native wrote:
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basic nutrition and healthier for the baby's development process......
sounds like parenting stuff to me...
NorCal Native wrote:
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and by the way, Dad's can give their baby breast milk from a bottle......thus making sure the baby is getting the best nutrition!!!
from an unrelated mother? A wet nurse?
again, sure there are no health issues with that...(I hoped you could sense the sarcasm)
also, read up on the health aspects of the connection between birth mothers and babies via breastfeeding, they include vast psychological effects...

and a bottle is still JUST a bottle dude...

yet another example of how you are more interested in what you want than what is best for the child...
Francisco dAnconia

Barre, VT

#1495 Apr 11, 2013
NorCal Native wrote:
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Yes, babies "SMELL" their fathers scent just like they "SMELL" their mothers and yes, they can tell when Daddy is around, especially if daddy is a stay at home dad!!!!
now this I agree with...

but, a mothers bosom is so 1950's right?
we have evolved from anything HUMAN by now right?
Francisco dAnconia

Barre, VT

#1496 Apr 11, 2013
NorCal Native wrote:
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Sorry, putting additional estrogen in my body wouldn't be necessary because I already had enough and had no issues breast feeding my child, but what about the man/woman in Oregon who gave birth 3 times and breast fed his/her children......interesting azz story!!!
what about the factors being researched about not having the biological dad in the house...you got a pill for that yet?

and so you breastfed your baby, eh?
optimum, ISN'T IT?
and so you know full well the baby would be getting all that estrogen from dad huh?
...sure hope its not a male...

Since: Apr 08

Cleveland, OH

#1497 Apr 11, 2013
Francisco dAnconia wrote:
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breastfeeding a baby is not a parenting skill?
is this the point to which you must delude yourself or play semantics?
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sounds like parenting stuff to me...
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from an unrelated mother? A wet nurse?
again, sure there are no health issues with that...(I hoped you could sense the sarcasm)
also, read up on the health aspects of the connection between birth mothers and babies via breastfeeding, they include vast psychological effects...
and a bottle is still JUST a bottle dude...
yet another example of how you are more interested in what you want than what is best for the child...
So now parents who bottle feed should have their kids taken away?

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