Lesser Known Baldwin Brother to Headline Ex-Gay Conference

Oct 18, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: EDGE

Right Wing Watch reports that actor Stephen Baldwin, brother of actor and liberal activist Alec Baldwin, will be a featured speaker at an ex-gay conference later this month.

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Xavier Breath

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#204
Oct 25, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
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Dickbreath, I said it did. We all know you have bigger problems.
I said you and your partner are incapable of creating a family. Dumb is a prerequisite for gay posters.
Adoption creates a family, jackass.

Whatever.... you seem to be running out of stupid arguments and have switched to RIDICULOUS arguments.

I think it's cute that you are so interested in ex-gays that you choose to write about family.

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#205
Oct 25, 2013
 
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Some woman gave birth to your child, she was your partner in that deal. Now that you have what you want you call her irrelevant. You couldn't have done it without her.
Someone built my house & my car too, but they aren't relevant in my life either.
Wondering

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#206
Oct 25, 2013
 
Xavier Breath wrote:
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Adoption creates a family, jackass.
One more time:
"Dickbreath, I said it did."

Doesn't change a thing. You and your partner can't create a family.

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Seattle, WA

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#207
Oct 25, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
She is family, she's the Mom. I can't dumb this down anymore.
If you don't get it, blame your schooling.
Then a spouse IS family! Why have you been disagreeing with that?

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#208
Oct 25, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
She is family, she's the Mom. I can't dumb this down anymore.
If you don't get it, blame your schooling.
She may be the kids' family, but you have been arguing over the previous several pages of posts that SHE IS NOT YOUR FAMILY!!!

Wondering, post #88
"No, you'll be a married couple." This in reply to "When I marry my partner, we'll be a family of two."

Wondering, post #105
"A married couple is a married couple. A family is a married couple with children."

Wondering, post #110
"She is my wife. When we had children we became a family."

Wondering, post #111
"Your wife isn't a family, she's your wife."

Wondering, post #116
"Of course not, that's why they are husband and wife. They are not a 'family' until they share children."

That YOU do not claim HER as FAMILY is what the rest of us find strange.
Wondering

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Oct 26, 2013
 

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She may be the kids' family, but you have been arguing over the previous several pages of posts that SHE IS NOT YOUR FAMILY!!!
Wondering, post #88
"No, you'll be a married couple." This in reply to "When I marry my partner, we'll be a family of two."
Wondering, post #105
"A married couple is a married couple. A family is a married couple with children."
Wondering, post #110
"She is my wife. When we had children we became a family."
Wondering, post #111
"Your wife isn't a family, she's your wife."
Wondering, post #116
"Of course not, that's why they are husband and wife. They are not a 'family' until they share children."
That YOU do not claim HER as FAMILY is what the rest of us find strange.
Oh, look, a re-run. Here you go:
All of those statements are accurate. Why do you insist on making yourself look a little more stupid each time you respond?

If you want to have spouse mean something else then you go ahead and have it mean whatever you want it to. Do you know what some married couples do? They start a family. If you want to believe that means they each go out and marry more men and women you can, I don't care how stupid you look.
Wondering

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Then a spouse IS family! Why have you been disagreeing with that?
As long as there are children. With no children there is a husband and wife, not a family. A family is a couple with one or more children. It can even be a single person with one or more children. If you have no children and you are married, you are a husband and wife. Something you will never be able to do with your partner is start a family. Yes, you can adopt but a third person is involved. It doesn't change the fact that you and your partner can't start a family.
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#211
Oct 26, 2013
 
This argument is odd, but perhaps the legal definition of family might help. It seems everyone is right, depending on the usage.

What is FAMILY?
A collective body of persons who live in one house and under one head or management..Tarhoe v. Jarboe, 100 Mo. App. 459, 79 S. W. 1162; Dodge v. Boston &T. R. Corp., 154 Mass. 299, 28 N. E. 243, 13 L. R. A. 318; Tyson v. Reynolds, 52 Iowa,431, 3 N. W. 469.A family comprises a father, mother, and children. In a wider sense, it may include domestic servants; all who live in one house under one head. In a still broader sense, a group of blood-relatives; all the relations who descend from a common ancestor, or who spring from a common root. See Civil Code La. art. 3522, no. 16; 9 Ves. 323.A husband and wife living together may constitute a “family,” within the meaning of that word as used in a homestead law. Miller v. Finegan, 26 Fla. 29, 7 South. 140, 6 L.R. A. 813.”Family,” in its origin, meant “servants;” but, in its more modern and comprehensive meaning, it signifies a collective body of persons living together in one house, or within the curtilage, in legal phrase. Wilson v. Cochran, 31 Tex. 677. 98 Am. Dec. 553.”Family” may mean children, wife and children, blood-relatives, or the members of the domestic circle, according to the connection in which the word is used

Law Dictionary: http://thelawdictionary.org/family/#ixzz2ipph...
Wondering

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Oct 26, 2013
 
QUEST wrote:
This argument is odd, but perhaps the legal definition of family might help. It seems everyone is right, depending on the usage.
What is FAMILY?
A collective body of persons who live in one house and under one head or management..Tarhoe v. Jarboe, 100 Mo. App. 459, 79 S. W. 1162; Dodge v. Boston &T. R. Corp., 154 Mass. 299, 28 N. E. 243, 13 L. R. A. 318; Tyson v. Reynolds, 52 Iowa,431, 3 N. W. 469.A family comprises a father, mother, and children. In a wider sense, it may include domestic servants; all who live in one house under one head. In a still broader sense, a group of blood-relatives; all the relations who descend from a common ancestor, or who spring from a common root. See Civil Code La. art. 3522, no. 16; 9 Ves. 323.A husband and wife living together may constitute a “family,” within the meaning of that word as used in a homestead law. Miller v. Finegan, 26 Fla. 29, 7 South. 140, 6 L.R. A. 813.”Family,” in its origin, meant “servants;” but, in its more modern and comprehensive meaning, it signifies a collective body of persons living together in one house, or within the curtilage, in legal phrase. Wilson v. Cochran, 31 Tex. 677. 98 Am. Dec. 553.”Family” may mean children, wife and children, blood-relatives, or the members of the domestic circle, according to the connection in which the word is used
Law Dictionary: http://thelawdictionary.org/family/#ixzz2ipph...
The only one listed that calls a husband and wife family:
A husband and wife living together may constitute a “family,” within the meaning of that word as used in a homestead law.

Interesting that in Massachusetts there can only be one person designated the homesteader. Now, if he or she dies and the property is jointly held the survivor can then file to become the homesteader.
Xavier Breath

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Oct 26, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
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One more time:
"Dickbreath, I said it did."
Doesn't change a thing. You and your partner can't create a family.
So we can't adopt? You forgot your Aricept again.
Xavier Breath

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Oct 26, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
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As long as there are children. With no children there is a husband and wife, not a family. A family is a couple with one or more children. It can even be a single person with one or more children. If you have no children and you are married, you are a husband and wife. Something you will never be able to do with your partner is start a family. Yes, you can adopt but a third person is involved. It doesn't change the fact that you and your partner can't start a family.
You are the dumbest dick in the drawer if you think husband and wife aren't family. You are not going to get ANY judge or lawyer or even a 5th grader to agree with that.

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Oct 26, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
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The only one listed that calls a husband and wife family:
A husband and wife living together may constitute a “family,” within the meaning of that word as used in a homestead law.
Interesting that in Massachusetts there can only be one person designated the homesteader. Now, if he or she dies and the property is jointly held the survivor can then file to become the homesteader.
Actually, several of the others also encompass a spouses, with or without children. Even unrelated folks in the household, like servants.

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Oct 26, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
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. Yes, you can adopt but a third person is involved. It doesn't change the fact that you and your partner can't start a family.
Is that the legal or accepted definition of adoption? That anyone of any gender or orientation who adopts a child isn't actually "starting" a family?

Please provide your proof of this strange claim.

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

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Oct 26, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
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As long as there are children. With no children there is a husband and wife, not a family. A family is a couple with one or more children. It can even be a single person with one or more children. If you have no children and you are married, you are a husband and wife. Something you will never be able to do with your partner is start a family. Yes, you can adopt but a third person is involved. It doesn't change the fact that you and your partner can't start a family.
So all children who are adopted by any parent are basically squatters, never to be a real member of a family, but basically no different than a roommate or tenant. Harsh, Cletus, very very harsh.
Wondering

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Is that the legal or accepted definition of adoption? That anyone of any gender or orientation who adopts a child isn't actually "starting" a family?
Please provide your proof of this strange claim.
What has that got to do with the fact that you and your partner can't produce a child? You are straying again.

Now to your question:
"That anyone of any gender or orientation who adopts a child isn't actually "starting" a family?"

That's correct. They are acquiring a family. Someone else created them.

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Oct 27, 2013
 
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What has that got to do with the fact that you and your partner can't produce a child? You are straying again.
Now to your question:
"That anyone of any gender or orientation who adopts a child isn't actually "starting" a family?"
That's correct. They are acquiring a family. Someone else created them.
"Acquiring a family"?.....

MILLIONS of adoptive parents would disagree with you.

Not surprising that your bigotry extends beyond gays & lesbians to include adoptive families.

Not surprising at all.

Once a bigot always a bigot.
Wondering

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"Acquiring a family"?.....
MILLIONS of adoptive parents would disagree with you.
Then MILLIONS of adoptive parents would be wrong.
BTW, I totally disagree with you. Most people who adopt
are well aware that they didn't produce their children.
I bet they even no why.

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#221
Oct 27, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
Then MILLIONS of adoptive parents would be wrong.
BTW, I totally disagree with you. Most people who adopt
are well aware that they didn't produce their children.
I bet they even no why.
And the government treats these pseudo kids and parents differently.... oh, but they don't. The governments treats these kids and their new parents as if the kids were naturally born to the parents... including same-sex parents.

During the adoption, doesn't the judge ask the new parent(s) something like '...treat the child as if they were born to you'?

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Oct 27, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
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What has that got to do with the fact that you and your partner can't produce a child? You are straying again.
Now to your question:
"That anyone of any gender or orientation who adopts a child isn't actually "starting" a family?"
That's correct. They are acquiring a family. Someone else created them.
Really? The blessed Savior Jesus was fathered by someone other than Joseph. I am assuming HE adopted Jesus. I guess Jesus was NOT part of that family, according to you.

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Oct 27, 2013
 
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Then MILLIONS of adoptive parents would be wrong.
BTW, I totally disagree with you. Most people who adopt
are well aware that they didn't produce their children.
I bet they even no why.
I bet some of them KNOW why also.

what is your problem? Why are you so MEAN? I know many families, straight and gay, who have adopted children. As soon as the kid is in the house, he or she is cherished and adored as if he or she was born to those parents. I knew adoptive parents who had both natural born and adopted kids and they treated them all the same, no difference at all in their love.

Why do you scoff at it? You're really mean.

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