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OMTE

Rural Valley, PA

#16771 Jun 28, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Now that gay marriage is legal, I'm gonna marry my life-partner, Wilma.
How did you know that my brother was the father of one of my children. Dad is the father of two others ?
My kids go to Union County Schools, where they receive special assistance at great cost to the taxpayers due to my drinking and using crack while I was pregnant.
I hope revealing this doesn't cause OMTE to continue to deny that special love he and I share,(despite my race, sexual preference, and socio-economic status - oh.. and also my status as a illegal alien democrat voter).
You're just being silly now. You may want to cut back on that fairy dust. Ya know?

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#16772 Jun 28, 2013
one thing wrote:
On thing this post is proving is that most people in these parts are sane. All the insane ramblings are coming from just a few. People who have nothing better to do than to search the internet all day and night for things that back up their clueless hate filled beliefs. This is the obvious reason for the decline of the Republican Party. These people here are crazy as hell.
AND YOU are such a study in stability. ROTFL

You complain about people posting links to support their statments while YOU just rant and rave and offer nothing more than YOUR HATE FILLED OPINIONS. POT-KETTLE-BLACK

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#16773 Jun 28, 2013
enough said wrote:
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You are one ignorant nut, who needs to get a real life, enough said.
Another PROFOUND post from another Obamabot from IO's Planet Libroid.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#16774 Jun 28, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Amazing - a post that is completely wrong factually, but additionally plagiarizes the insults used in the factually inaccurate post.
Now that's entertaining and informative - but not in the manner intended by the author.
Old man Hoffa made the news this week. You must have finally told the authorities where you and your thug buddies hid the body. rotfl
OMTE

Rural Valley, PA

#16775 Jun 28, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Old man Hoffa made the news this week. You must have finally told the authorities where you and your thug buddies hid the body. rotfl
You keep some odd hours woman.
When

Dahlonega, GA

#16776 Jun 29, 2013
I wonder what kind of human the first "fruit basket baby" will turn out to be.



http://www.myfoxdc.com/story/22710662/uk-may-...
Oh my

Young Harris, GA

#16777 Jun 29, 2013
When wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Nature my azz.
The Polygamists probably are more excited than the gays.
They say it's now their turn to become legal. They see the court ruling as opening the door for them.
"The nuclear family, with a dad and a mom and two or three kids, is not the majority anymore,” one polygamist cheers."
That polygamist may be talking about poor unmarried women living off welfare who have between 6-12 kids by different race fathers.
http://www.buzzfeed.com/mckaycoppins/polygami...
Next will be adult + child. The cards predict it.
It really doesn't matter whether you agree with the findings of scientific research, enough folks do and realize that homosexuality is no more a choice than skin color, hair color, eye color, or left-handedness, and as such falls under equal protection. It is interesting, though not surprizing, to see your true self expressed in these rants, as all the code-words and pretense fall by the wayside to reveal just another ignorant bigoted racist low-life.
Oh my

Young Harris, GA

#16778 Jun 29, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
It still comes down to redefining marriage. Regardless of what various religions may say, it is society that defines marriage. I am not arguing from a religious standpoint in any way. Various societies have recognized pluralistic marriages, but that typically included one man and one or more women. The vital components still required a man and a woman. Redefining marriage to include same sex couples is a fundamental reconstruction of the institution that leaves it open to redefinition after redefinition. It is a dangerous precedent that will have consequences that will be detrimental to our society and to the institution of marriage itself - in my opinion. Marriage is of vital importance to society and to call same sex unions "marriage" is to ignore that fundamental fact.
It is irrelevant if homosexuality is biological or not, it has no bearing on what marriage is or is not.
Oh well, times change, people change, societies adapt.

Redefine marriage, so what, since it's not a religious issue how society defines marriage, if society wants to extend equal protection to same sex couples and call it marriage what's to stop it. Looks like one more step towards fulfilling the true potential of America.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#16779 Jun 29, 2013
Signs are everywhere.

Broun 2014.
Who

Hiawassee, GA

#16780 Jun 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Oh well, times change, people change, societies adapt.
Redefine marriage, so what, since it's not a religious issue how society defines marriage, if society wants to extend equal protection to same sex couples and call it marriage what's to stop it. Looks like one more step towards fulfilling the true potential of America.

You are really a joke.
A supreme court decision is not a society decision. Very seldom does court opinion reflect the opinion of society.
Who

Hiawassee, GA

#16781 Jun 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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It really doesn't matter whether you agree with the findings of scientific research, enough folks do and realize that homosexuality is no more a choice than skin color, hair color, eye color, or left-handedness, and as such falls under equal protection. It is interesting, though not surprizing, to see your true self expressed in these rants, as all the code-words and pretense fall by the wayside to reveal just another ignorant bigoted racist low-life.

I notice you haven't provide a link to support your statement "findings of scientific research."

Reason being, there is scientific proof to say one way or the other of what makes a person homosexual. There is much speculation with biased opinions to say it's by choice, or it's a natural inclination.




Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#16782 Jun 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Oh well, times change, people change, societies adapt.
Redefine marriage, so what, since it's not a religious issue how society defines marriage, if society wants to extend equal protection to same sex couples and call it marriage what's to stop it. Looks like one more step towards fulfilling the true potential of America.
This isn't about what dress lengths are appropriate in public or the unfortunate degradation of what is acceptable on television and in our movies. It is redefining the fundamental foundation upon which a society is built. This country was founded on principles and ideals that, while often not met by fallible people or even by the institutions that those same fallible people established, were something to strive towards. An attitude of "anything goes" is hardly the "potential" we should be celebrating.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#16783 Jun 29, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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AND YOU are such a study in stability. ROTFL
You complain about people posting links to support their statments while YOU just rant and rave and offer nothing more than YOUR HATE FILLED OPINIONS. POT-KETTLE-BLACK
First Law of Thermodynamics: They can’t win.
Second Law of Thermodynamics: They can’t break even.
Third Law of Thermodynamics: They can’t stop playing.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#16785 Jun 29, 2013

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#16786 Jun 29, 2013
Who wrote:
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I notice you haven't provide a link to support your statement "findings of scientific research."
Reason being, there is scientific proof to say one way or the other of what makes a person homosexual. There is much speculation with biased opinions to say it's by choice, or it's a natural inclination.
Let me "axe" u a question: When did you choose to be straight?

Ur response will probably be something like: I didn't I was born that way.

Let me axe u another question: When do gays choose to be gay?

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#16787 Jun 29, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
http://www.heritage.org/resear ch/reports/2013/05/the-fiscal- cost-of-unlawful-immigrants-an d-amnesty%20to-the-us-taxpayer
Thanks for the link, that is definitely something to save for future reference. The first section will be especially good whenever IO starts up on his tired rant of "RWW sponging off the govt". We all knew it was garbage, but it is always nice to put hard data out there.
guest

United States

#16788 Jun 29, 2013
Who wrote:
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You are really a joke.
A supreme court decision is not a society decision. Very seldom does court opinion reflect the opinion of society.
That may be true but in this case it does: http://thinkprogress.org/lgbt/2013/03/27/1780...
"Two new polls confirm that a significant majority of Americans want the Supreme Court to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act so that same-sex couples can access the federal benefits associated with marriage. In fact, even some voters who oppose marriage equality itself feel that DOMA is bad law.
For example, a new poll from CNN/ORC International shows that 56 percent of Americans believe the federal government should recognize any same-sex marriage that is legal in the states, while 43 percent disagree. This is three points higher than CNN’s poll released last week, which found that 53 percent support marriage equality and 44 percent oppose it.
A similar poll from CBS News found an even more favorable result: 60 percent believe believe the federal government should recognize same-sex marriage while only 35 percent disagree. Nevertheless, CBS polling also found that 53 percent support full marriage equality and 39 percent oppose it. Only 36 percent believe having same-sex relations between consenting adults is wrong.
As the oral arguments wrap up today, it’s clear that an overwhelming number of Americans appreciate that denying married same-sex couples federal benefits just isn’t fair."
Your narrow worldview is becoming increasingly unpopular. I appreciate your frustration and fear and that of like minded folks. You probably feel that your world is crumbling around you, soooo sad. The reality though is that you are losing and will continue to lose. I say good riddance to that narrow worldview it's just tough that y'all don't like it. There are many more folks who think that society is better off for the repeal of DOMA than don't. Same sex marriage - coming to your town next and there ain't a damn thing you can do about it.
Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#16789 Jun 29, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>Old man Hoffa made the news this week. You must have finally told the authorities where you and your thug buddies hid the body. rotfl
How can you misjudge me so ?

My heart aches with disappointment.

Even worse, how can you believe my union friends would be so obtuse as to leave a body around to be found.

Thanks to the absence of regulations and inspections,'Ol Jimmy became part of 11,793 packages of "pressed chicken" manufactured in E. St. Louis,(along with 3 large field rats, a copy of the April, 1975 Playboy magazine, and the thumb of a 53 year old factory worker named "Hugh")

I'm told that the "Pressed Chicken" tasted especially like actual chicken that year.

Unfortunately, I was overseas loitering in bars and checking for "Adam's apples" on the ladies I encountered when Jimmy disappeared, or I would have been there to help him out.

Who knows, had I been there, maybe the pressed chicken would have been even tastier, and that batch would have made 11,926 packages.

billy bob

Jefferson, GA

#16790 Jun 29, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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It still comes down to redefining marriage. Regardless of what various religions may say, it is society that defines marriage. I am not arguing from a religious standpoint in any way. Various societies have recognized pluralistic marriages, but that typically included one man and one or more women. The vital components still required a man and a woman. Redefining marriage to include same sex couples is a fundamental reconstruction of the institution that leaves it open to redefinition after redefinition. It is a dangerous precedent that will have consequences that will be detrimental to our society and to the institution of marriage itself - in my opinion. Marriage is of vital importance to society and to call same sex unions "marriage" is to ignore that fundamental fact.
It is irrelevant if homosexuality is biological or not, it has no bearing on what marriage is or is not.
Just curious, in what way does gay marriage actually affect YOU?

Do you really think that all heterosexual married couples have the same idea of what marriage is, or is not?

You do realize that marriage is on the decline in this country and has been for a long time, you do know that, don't you??

Or are you just trying to force your views on others again? Its a free country, right? Or is it only a free country when it matches with what you think?

Now tell the truth, or just baffle me with more BS.
Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#16791 Jun 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>Oh well, times change, people change, societies adapt.

Redefine marriage, so what, since it's not a religious issue how society defines marriage, if society wants to extend equal protection to same sex couples and call it marriage what's to stop it. Looks like one more step towards fulfilling the true potential of America.
It's time to call upon our love of our fellow man, and woman, and solve this dilemma.

Jimmy Swaggart Tells Congregation he'd Kill Gays

"I get amazed, I can't look at it but about 10 seconds, at these politicians dancing around this, dancing around this, I'm trying to find a correct name for it, this utter absolute, asinine, idiotic stupidity of men marrying men." (shouts from crowd)

"I've never seen a man in my life I wanted to marry." (shouts, applause) "And I'm gonna be blunt and plain, if one ever looks at me like that I'm gonna kill him and tell God he died." (laughter, applause) "In case anybody doesn't know, God calls it an abomnation (sic). It's an abomnation (sic)! It's an abomnation (sic)!" (applause)

Thank you Jimmy.

Your example as a Right Wing Wacko Christian Taliban Bible Thumper demonstrates to all America how gay marriage is simply a "shiny object" to fascinate our RWW friends, as their incomes, assets, educations, and quality if life continue to spiral downward.

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