Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

Aug 4, 2010 | Posted by: Topix | Full story: www.cnn.com

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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Frankie Rizzo

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Thanks for repeating your ignorance of logic, but I don't expect much from you. If gender is arbitrary then number is arbitrary????
Yes. It's arbitrary, discriminatory and an indefensible denial of individual choice just like gender.

Instead of implying "It's not! you're dumb!" tell us why it is not, Miss Thing.
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Thanks for repeating your ignorance of logic, but I don't expect much from you. If gender is arbitrary then number is arbitrary???? LMFAO@you I guess you think that is logical because you made it up, eh? You have no proof that one must follow the other, and you have no examples of where that has EVER taken place. JESUS TAP-DANCING CHRIST!
There is simply no call for it, just one nut on an internet forum.

There is no pending legislation on it, there is no case before the supreme court, there is no large group protesting for it.

There is nothing on the news about it other than small clans of them being arrested for other crimes. Nearly all the adherents of it today are religious cults, which are in rapid decline.

Donít let him bother you with it, it is nothing, and it is going nowhere.
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Jesus tap-dances?
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There is simply no call for it, just one nut on an internet forum.
There is no pending legislation on it, there is no case before the supreme court, there is no large group protesting for it.
There is nothing on the news about it other than small clans of them being arrested for other crimes. Nearly all the adherents of it today are religious cults, which are in rapid decline.
Donít let him bother you with it, it is nothing, and it is going nowhere.
The good old "there aren't enough people involved to give them equal rights" argument.

With the "there are no cases before SCOTUS presently so it's OK to deny equal rights" argument thrown in for good measure.

You, jackass, are a hypocrite.

Hope that helps!

Priceless!
Jane Dodo

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Yes. It's arbitrary, discriminatory and an indefensible denial of individual choice just like gender.
Instead of implying "It's not! you're dumb!" tell us why it is not, Miss Thing.
Really?. Do you think there is some kind of universal law that says if one part is arbitrary, all parts are arbitrary????? That is a textbook definition of a composition fallacy. Do you know what happens when you use a fallacy to make a point? Here's a clue: you failed to prove your point.
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There is simply no call for it, just one nut on an internet forum.
There is no pending legislation on it, there is no case before the supreme court, there is no large group protesting for it.
There is nothing on the news about it other than small clans of them being arrested for other crimes. Nearly all the adherents of it today are religious cults, which are in rapid decline.
Donít let him bother you with it, it is nothing, and it is going nowhere.
lol.... I'm not bothered by him. I think he's hilarious!
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The good old "there aren't enough people involved to give them equal rights" argument.
With the "there are no cases before SCOTUS presently so it's OK to deny equal rights" argument thrown in for good measure.
You, jackass, are a hypocrite.
Hope that helps!
Priceless!
Exactly where are polygamists granted "equal rights," except in your mind?
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The good old "there aren't enough people involved to give them equal rights" argument.
With the "there are no cases before SCOTUS presently so it's OK to deny equal rights" argument thrown in for good measure.
You, jackass, are a hypocrite.
Hope that helps!
Priceless!
Tell you what, let me read the text of the case you are bringing to the supreme court and I will weigh in on it.

Or heck, the case you are bringing to any state legislature?

Or Ballot measure

do you have that? Or are you a long nut on an internet forum?
Frankie Rizzo

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There is simply no call for it, just one nut on an internet forum.
There is no pending legislation on it, there is no case before the supreme court, there is no large group protesting for it.
There is nothing on the news about it other than small clans of them being arrested for other crimes. Nearly all the adherents of it today are religious cults, which are in rapid decline.
Donít let him bother you with it, it is nothing, and it is going nowhere.
Proposition 8 places the force of law behind stigmas against gays and lesbians, including: gays and lesbians do not have intimate relationships similar to heterosexual couples; gays and lesbians are not as good as heterosexuals; and gay and lesbian relationships do not deserve the full recognition of society.

Let's replace "gays and lesbians" with "polyamorists" and see how it looks-

Proposition 8 places the force of law behind stigmas against polyamorists, including: polyamorists do not have intimate relationships similar to monogamous people; polyamorists are not as good as homosexuals; and poly relationships do not deserve the full recognition of society.

Do you agree with that?
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Yes. It's arbitrary, discriminatory and an indefensible denial of individual choice just like gender.
Instead of implying "It's not! you're dumb!" tell us why it is not, Miss Thing.
Look up the word arbitrary, dipshit.
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Exactly where are polygamists granted "equal rights," except in your mind?
They are NOT granted equal rights Miss Thing. That is what I am trying to get into your thick head!

You are such a dummy!
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Look up the word arbitrary, dipshit.
No need. I know what it means. Let me use it in a sentence! Specifying number in a marriage is just as ARBITRARY as specifying gender.
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Tell you what, let me read the text of the case you are bringing to the supreme court and I will weigh in on it.
Or heck, the case you are bringing to any state legislature?
Or Ballot measure
do you have that? Or are you a long nut on an internet forum?
Again, in your dopey head there has to be a case before SCOTUS in order to believe people should have equal rights?

That's a dopey argument.

There will be some day.
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Proposition 8 places the force of law behind stigmas against gays and lesbians, including: gays and lesbians do not have intimate relationships similar to heterosexual couples; gays and lesbians are not as good as heterosexuals; and gay and lesbian relationships do not deserve the full recognition of society.
Let's replace "gays and lesbians" with "polyamorists" and see how it looks-
Proposition 8 places the force of law behind stigmas against polyamorists, including: polyamorists do not have intimate relationships similar to monogamous people; polyamorists are not as good as homosexuals; and poly relationships do not deserve the full recognition of society.
Do you agree with that?
That isnít a ballot measure or text of a court case

show me the official stuff you are representing, ballot measure, or court case text.

I am not going to agree with something like that until I see the official text you are bringing to court.
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You just wish you were a child!
( I wish I was one too )
No one cares jackass. Least of all me.

To get back on topic, on what grounds and by what logic do you insist on the traditional, arbitrary and discriminatory number of two?
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That isnít a ballot measure or text of a court case
show me the official stuff you are representing, ballot measure, or court case text.
I am not going to agree with something like that until I see the official text you are bringing to court.
Again. Your insistence there must be a court case in order to discuss the legality of poly is stupid.

Your hobby is astronomy. Do you talk about space travel with your friends? Stop it. That's not allowed! You are not traveling in space so you cannot discuss it!

What a dope!
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Proposition 8 places the force of law behind stigmas against gays and lesbians, including: gays and lesbians do not have intimate relationships similar to heterosexual couples; gays and lesbians are not as good as heterosexuals; and gay and lesbian relationships do not deserve the full recognition of society.
Let's replace "gays and lesbians" with "polyamorists" and see how it looks-
Proposition 8 places the force of law behind stigmas against polyamorists, including: polyamorists do not have intimate relationships similar to monogamous people; polyamorists are not as good as homosexuals; and poly relationships do not deserve the full recognition of society.
Do you agree with that?
I will tell you that I have no problem with it in principal, but I am very untrusting of some of the most vocal adherents of it.

It through no fault of its own, has a steeper hill to climb than Homosexual marriage in the public eye, because of the activities of the most vocal, and the most fierce adherents of it. The religious overtones of it, and their defiance of our nations laws.

I honestly do not think anything will come of it for the next couple of decades, not because it is inherently wrong, but because of the activities of most adherents of it.

The concept I have no issue with, as long as everything is consensual.
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They are NOT granted equal rights Miss Thing. That is what I am trying to get into your thick head!
You are such a dummy!
Ok.... maybe if I type slowly....

Where in the Constitution is the guarantee of equal rights?
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No need. I know what it means. Let me use it in a sentence! Specifying number in a marriage is just as ARBITRARY as specifying gender.
Arbitrary: Based on random choice or personal whim, rather than any reason or system.

Are you really going to sit there and say that the reason polygamy is illegal is arbitrary? Even though the topic was adjudicated by SCOTUS? Maybe you don't like the reason SCOTUS gave, but that hardly makes it arbitrary.
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Where in the Constitution is the guarantee of equal rights?
I donít know why we are humoring him on this... it has nothing whatsoever to do with the subject at hand, and the courtís decision will have no effect on this.

I am not complaining at you, I am doing it to... why are we humoring him on this?

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