Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

Aug 4, 2010 Full story: www.cnn.com 201,794

A federal judge in California has knocked down the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, ruling Wednesday that the state's controversial Proposition 8 violates the U.S. Constitution.

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#162326 Oct 6, 2012
Rose_NoHo wrote:
<quoted text>
It's not a matter of liking or not liking.
Marriage just isn't essential for our existence and survival.
Get it?
Like I said, you don't like the decision anymore.

It's OK Rose. You will get over it.
Frisbee

Renton, WA

#162327 Oct 6, 2012
Rose_NoHo wrote:
The federalist papers aren't law.
There you go again with Facts.
akpilot wrote:
Like I said, you are incapable of critical thought.
Says the guy who thinks the Constitution doesn't enumerate Rights.........
Mike DiRucci wrote:
You ain't laughing tough guy. You're mad.
Funny stuff!
You're not very good at diagnosis, Dr. Mook. You should appoint yourself to a different profession.

“Formerly Frankie Rizzo”

Since: Sep 12

Canarsie, NY

#162328 Oct 6, 2012
Frisbee wrote:
<quoted text>There you go again with Facts.
<quoted text>Says the guy who thinks the Constitution doesn't enumerate Rights.........
<quoted text>You're not very good at diagnosis, Dr. Mook. You should appoint yourself to a different profession.
Check out this clown trying to use one dopey response on 3 different posts.

Funny stuff! You're a real gem Skippy. Still mad?
Frisbee

Renton, WA

#162329 Oct 6, 2012
Wasn't judged as 'dopey'.

Keep trying, Dr. Mook. Maybe next time you won't fail so hard.

“Formerly Frankie Rizzo”

Since: Sep 12

Canarsie, NY

#162332 Oct 6, 2012
Frisbee wrote:
Wasn't judged as 'dopey'.
Keep trying, Dr. Mook. Maybe next time you won't fail so hard.
Thinking the judge-its are legit. Priceless! You're killing us tonight jackass.

Funny stuff. But doesn't prove your point. Whatever that is.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#162333 Oct 6, 2012
I love my Homosexual friends, the lesbians, and yes, even the simple African.(now in power) However I do not subscribe to the beliefs of those who take 18th century poetical political idealism at face value. After all, nothing in nature is "equal" and those who subscribe to the wrongful belief that man should be the exception are never quite able to explain how the evolutionary process could ever work were that the case.

In his October 5 2012 column entitled "The Legitimization of Perversion" that was published by Trumpet magazine, columnist Ron Fraser wrote:

"When big corporate names sponsor abhorrent human behavior, civilization’s demise is assured."

Fraser evaluates the public service support of three British based corporations, Royal Albert Hall, Barclays Bank, and Price Waterhouse:

"Once the linkage of these three icons to support a worthy cause would have been seen as unquestionably admirable. A top venue with its legacy of British imperial greatness, one of Britain’s greatest banks and one of the Big Four global accounting firms.

"Today these three icons join in support of a witness of shame. They are involved in a blanket endorsement and promotion of the overtly perverse Stonewall Awards, given to “honor” those who have gained celebrity status as “heroes” of the aggressive homosexual movement in Britain.

"The main British homosexual lobby group, Stonewall, states on its typically pink colored website:“The Stonewall Awards celebrate the outstanding contribution of individuals and groups towards lesbian,[homosexual] and bisexual equality, in the past year. Taking place in the magnificent Raphael Gallery of the Victoria and Albert Museum, this year’s Awards exemplify the individuals and organizations which are critical in ensuring a positive representation of [homosexual] people in the media today, one of Stonewall’s key priorities."

Fraser goes on to quote the perverts' news service:

"The perverts’ news source, Square Peg Media, quoted Ben Summerskill, Stonewall Chief executive, as saying:“This year’s Stonewall Award nominees include Olympic and Paralympic heroes, regional, national and industry publications, popular tv shows and popular lesbian,[homosexual], bisexual and straight entertainers. The diversity of those nominated for an award demonstrates how [homosexual] equality is firmly embedded in 21st-century British life. That’s a real cause for celebration"

Fraser invites his readers to draw their own conclusion. He concludes by stating the obvious:

"The “legitimization” of anti-God, anti-humanity behavior via its endorsement by British iconic institutions and “celebrities” is guaranteed to have a fearful result!"

Source: http://tinyurl.com/8ub9roo

Ronald
Youngers hards

Monrovia, CA

#162335 Oct 6, 2012
Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy voiced his
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#162341 Oct 6, 2012
Rose_NoHo wrote:
<quoted text>
But, the 14th Amendment says:
"nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
That would include the laws governing marriage.
Rose_NoHo".

Yes. I agree. If Africans can "marry" White people by virtue of our Republican friends' 14th Amendment, two or more persons of the same sex should have the "right" to "marry" one another just the same as we dog lovers should have the right to marry the honeys' of our own choosing. Just like you, I cannot see any difference whatsoever.

Ronald
Mona Lott

Brooklyn, NY

#162342 Oct 7, 2012
Jedi Mind_Tricker wrote:
<quoted text>You're simply lying, gays lobbied for DADT. When you lie, you get rebuffed.
Joseph P. Gudel, in That Which is Unnatural[1] contended that the homosexual movement,
has been militantly demanding not just the homosexuals' right to do whatever they wish to do behind closed doors, but, more importantly, that society fully accept their lifestyle as both healthy and normal, even demanding special rights and legislation as an "oppressed minority." Gudel quotes various sources evidencing this.
In a 1987 speech to the National Press Club in Washington, homosexual spokesperson Jeff Levi proclaimed,
We are no longer seeking just a right to privacy and a protection from wrong. We also have a right — as heterosexual Americans already have — to see government and society affirm our lives.[2]
In an article entitled "Gays on the March" in 1975, Time magazine quoted gay activist Barbara Gittings who stated:
What the homosexual wants, and here he is neither willing to compromise nor morally required to compromise — is acceptance of homosexuality as a way of life fully on a par with heterosexuality." In response, Time opined, "It is one thing to remove legal discrimination against homosexuals. It is another to mandate approval....It is this goal of full acceptance, which no known society past or present has granted to homosexuals, that makes many Americans apprehensive.[3]
A primary goal of the homosexual agenda is to promote the lifestyle in public schools. This occurred quickly and intensely after gay marriage was imposed in Massachusetts, where homosexual relationships are taught to children as young as kindergartners, as recounted by the decision of Parker v. Hurley.[4]
In a 1992 report by John Leo in U.S. News and World Report, he notes some books which were part of New York City's public school curriculum.
The first-grade book, "Children of the Rainbow", stated on page 145, which states that teachers must "be aware of varied family structures, including...gay or lesbian parents," and "children must be taught to acknowledge the positive aspects of each type of household." Another children book is Heather Has Two Mommies, which is about a lesbian couple having a child through artificial insemination. Another book, Gloria Goes to Gay Pride, states, "Some women love women, some men love men, some women and men love each other. That's why we march in the parade, so everyone can have a choice."
Leo commented,
A line is being crossed here; in fact, a brand new ethic is descending upon the city's public school system. The traditional civic virtue of tolerance (if gays want to live together, it's their own business) has been replaced with a new ethic requiring approval and endorsement (if gays want to live together, we must 'acknowledge the positive aspects' of their way of life).[5]
Dr. Judith A. Reisman in her extensive Crafting “Gay” Children,[6] reports that Harvard homosexual Toby Morotta, PhD, stated that in the 1970s, members of the Gay Activists Alliance - who were trained in the “zapping" of any who rebuffed homosexuality.[7] And that these formed the “Gay Academic Union,”(GAU) which was made up of faculty and students in major universities. She states that the GAU has long fought for domination of its worldview within the academic community, and professional journals commonly assigned GAU and other homosexual peer reviewers to research touching on homosexuality, generally resulting in a quick death to possible unfavorable findings.[8]
This and the general agenda is seen to be overall implementing a marketing strategy explained in a book called After the Ball, by gay rights activists Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen in the late 1980s, in which a six-point plan was set forth as to how they could transform the beliefs of ordinary Americans with regard to homosexual behavior in a decade-long time frame:
Quoting Judith Reisman makes you look like an idiot.

“Reality bites”

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#162343 Oct 7, 2012
Jedi Mind_Tricker wrote:
<quoted text>When will education find your crew. The 14th Amendment does not support your position.
There is a dispute, and it figured in the Proposition 8 case, over the current meaning and impact of a decision the Supreme Court made in 1972, in the case of Baker v. Nelson. There, without briefing and hearing, the Supreme Court dismissed an appeal by a Minnesota gay couple. The Minnesota Supreme Court had rejected their claim that denial of a marriage license for them violated their rights under the Fourteenth Amendment. That “summary dismissal” is a binding precedent, just as a full-scale decision would be, if a later case is found to be a close or exact parallel to the Baker lawsuit.
Hi Dr Demented how ya been? Still trolling the school yards?
Obama Out Of Gas In LA

Glendora, CA

#162364 Oct 7, 2012
Gas prices and Liberals don't mix. Go home Obama we don't want you here loser.
Tata

Westminster, CA

#162367 Oct 7, 2012
No matter how long this SSM issue goes on, gays will always be second class and looked at as an odd cult. If this issue was something to be concerned abour the Feds would have resolved it long ago. California is not as easy of push over as other states however Californea is in a worse financial mess than other states and therefore must make the best logical coice for the people. If the wrong choice is made in favor of the gay cults it may cauase problems for them down the road . . .
Jenkins

Irving, TX

#162371 Oct 7, 2012
Rose_NoHo wrote:
<quoted text>
Love it.
But that doesn't change the fact we can exist and survive without marriage.
Queer marriage should be outlawed for the sake of the little children.
PottyTrained

Monrovia, CA

#162385 Oct 7, 2012
When will your politican get potty trained?
CINDY

Barstow, CA

#162391 Oct 7, 2012
When is the Cindy is driving to Montclair, California?
State of Snakes

Pittsfield, MA

#162398 Oct 7, 2012
Jenkins wrote:
<quoted text>Queer marriage should be outlawed for the sake of the little children.
And now gay Parenting!
State of Snakes

Pittsfield, MA

#162399 Oct 7, 2012
It's none of your business what we do in the bedroom nor that we can't bare fruit yet we'll gladly steal yours through dss and share our mental masturbations with young schoolchildren and try to be where all other young children like to congregate.

Since: Apr 11

Los Angeles, CA

#162400 Oct 7, 2012
akpilot wrote:
<quoted text>
Like I said, you don't like the decision anymore.
It's OK Rose. You will get over it.
Liar. I love the decision. I'm glad interracial marriage isn't illegal.

You don't have any real arguments, so you lie about my positions.

Since: Apr 11

Los Angeles, CA

#162401 Oct 7, 2012
Ronald wrote:
I love my Homosexual friends, the lesbians, and yes, even the simple African.(
Why are fundies such racists?
(Did bother reading the rest of your post.)
Christianity = hate!
That's what I've learned from Topix.

Since: Apr 11

Los Angeles, CA

#162402 Oct 7, 2012
Jedi Mind_Tricker wrote:
<quoted text>When will education find your crew. The 14th Amendment does not support your position.
There is a dispute, and it figured in the Proposition 8 case, over the current meaning and impact of a decision the Supreme Court made in 1972, in the case of Baker v. Nelson. There, without briefing and hearing, the Supreme Court dismissed an appeal by a Minnesota gay couple. The Minnesota Supreme Court had rejected their claim that denial of a marriage license for them violated their rights under the Fourteenth Amendment. That “summary dismissal” is a binding precedent, just as a full-scale decision would be, if a later case is found to be a close or exact parallel to the Baker lawsuit.
The 14th Amendment grants all US citizens equal protection, so denying all US citizens equal protection violates the 14th Amendment.

This isn't rocket surgery...

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