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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"Is that an idealized image of the female form upon which (straight) men hang their fantasies, or your real leg?"
You really have to work on your insults...
Waitaminit! I didn't write all that Rosie, you're fibbing. I just asked if that was a leg lamp or your leg.

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For those who don't know, "Frankie Rizzo" is a troll flying under false colors. He is really against gay marriage, and attacks anybody who is in favor of it, using the red herring of polygamy. He claims he's for polygamy, but I'd bet he's never, ever posted anything about the subject in a polygamy forum. He just wants to troll. And he is so dumb, that he thinks I'm talking about a fish when I say, "red herring".

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I can;
The differences between marriage with/without kids and gay couples;
A apple tree bearing fruit.
A apple tree not bearing fruit for some reason.
A walnut tree who never bears any fruit wanting to be a apple tree.
A walnut tree hanging apples on it's branches pretending to be a apple tree.
Stupid, the ability to have children is not part of the definition of marriage, so your analogy doesn't hold water.

Guess your brain is made out of two different sets of tissue that don't communicate, and that's why you are so dumb.
Do you think you should have been aborted?
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Even funnier?
The idea you think you can create a decent analogy.
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The claim that if the government doesn't 'require' apple trees to bear fruit, then it is discrimination not to call walnut trees apple trees too!
Smile.
Do you think you should have been aborted?
You are just a waste of two sets of flesh.
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We call that response 'scoffing masquerading as logic'. Nothing more than the opinion of a lazy idiot.
Perhaps you could rise to a reasoned rebuttal? Maybe your friends could help you with some brain Viagra to rise to the occasion???
I'm still waiting for a passionate discourse.
Snicker.
"Brain viagra"....fuh-nee stuff.:)

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On purpose, I've posted it both ways.
Keeping track on who avoids addressing the analogy because they have no answer.
You lose.
Smirk.
You dummy, I've addressed your "analogy" many times. The ability to have children is NOT part of the definition of marriage, so your analogy doesn't hold.
There.
Try again.

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Stupid, the ability to have children is not part of the definition of marriage, so your analogy doesn't hold water.
Guess your brain is made out of two different sets of tissue that don't communicate, and that's why you are so dumb.
Do you think you should have been aborted?
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The idea you think you can create a decent analogy.
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Do you think you should have been aborted?
You are just a waste of two sets of flesh.
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the formal union of a man and a woman, typically recognized by law, by which they become husband and wife

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You dummy, I've addressed your "analogy" many times. The ability to have children is NOT part of the definition of marriage, so your analogy doesn't hold.
There.
Try again.
the formal union of a man and a woman, typically recognized by law, by which they become husband and wife:

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...and somehow, you think your little "survey" is scientific, eh? Tell us about your control methods. What was the margin of error? Has World Nut Daily offered to publish your study? Who did the peer review, Dr. Regnerus?
You are completely clueless.
Oh the studies conducted on "children of same sex parents". Huge sample base there. Yes sir ree X Box

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http://healthland.time.com/2012/12/04/top-10-... ...

Top 10 Marriage Stories

5. Polygamy Activism

Polygamists, perhaps emboldened by the gains made by same-sex-marriage activists, have started advocating for their type of family. In February, Kody Brown, husband of four, father of 17 and the central figure in the popular Lifetime reality show Sister Wives, sued the state of Utah, claiming religious discrimination. He and others, including the Darger family (three wives, 26 children), have been writing and talking openly about their way of life in an effort to have polygamy decriminalized. The courts in Utah have agreed to hear the case.
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California politicians busted for spending taxpayer money on New York entertainment

By LEONARD GREENE
Last Updated: 11:14 AM, October 28, 2010
Posted: 12:43 AM, October 28, 2010

As if New York doesn't have enough crooked politicians of its own ...

The bright lights of Broadway beckoned corrupt California officials to cross the continent and spend taxpayer money on nights at theaters, baseball games and pricey dinners at the Big Apple's finest bistros, authorities charged yesterday.

The four were from Irwindale, a bustling metropolis of just over 1,400 people where the main entertainment is watching cars at the local speedway.

The bureaucrats and politicians did have enough taste to pass on Los Angeles, just 20 miles away, for the allure of the world's greatest city.
SMALL-TOWN 'BIG' THINKERS: Irwindale, Calif., City Councilman Mark Breceda (left) and former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in court yesterday to face charges they and two colleagues illegally lavished the charms of the Big Apple on themselves with taxpayer money.
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SMALL-TOWN 'BIG' THINKERS: Irwindale, Calif., City Councilman Mark Breceda (left) and former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in court yesterday to face charges they and two colleagues illegally lavished the charms of the Big Apple on themselves with taxpayer money.

They were busted yesterday for misappropriating public funds to finance the trips, which took place between 2001 and 2005.

They claimed they had to come to New York to pitch for a higher municipal-bond rating, and they did manage to squeeze in some time on Wall Street when they weren't hanging out in Times Square.

They lived high on the New York hog, staying in five-star hotels, guzzling $250 bottles of wine and spending evenings on Broadway watching "Mamma Mia" and "Phantom of the Opera," authorities said.

"Mostly they partied quite a bit," Los Angeles Deputy DA Nipa Cook said.

"They spent money on Mets and Yankee games and Broadway shows."

Councilman Mark Breceda, retired City Manager Steve Blancarte and retired finance director Abe De Dios are charged with five felony counts. Former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez faces one count.

Prosecutors said the officials used public money to pay for $250 Yankee tickets; $260 tickets to "Follies" on Broadway and $1,027 for brunch at The River Café.

On a trip in 2003, they had only eight hours of scheduled meetings, yet they spent six nights at the lavish Ritz-Carlton, checking in on a Saturday night, even though no business meetings were scheduled for Sunday.

They also saw a matinee of "Jackie Mason's Laughing Room Only" followed by dinner at Atelier on Central Park South.

Former Councilwoman Rosemary Gutierrez, who came along on one of the trips but was not charged with a crime, justified their actions by saying New York is an expensive place to do business.

"It's not like we were meeting in Irwindale or in the state of California," she told reporters. "It was New York."

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KiMare wrote:
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We call that response 'scoffing masquerading as logic'. Nothing more than the opinion of a lazy idiot.
Perhaps you could rise to a reasoned rebuttal? Maybe your friends could help you with some brain Viagra to rise to the occasion???
I'm still waiting for a passionate discourse.
Snicker.
I'm still waiting for an intelligent comment from you. After you provide one I'll provide you with a reasoned rebuttal. In the mean time I'll continue with the valid scoffing.
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Wonder who's obsessively rigging the judge-its like it matters or something?

Can anyone imagine what kind of loser would do that?

Anyone?

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I'm still waiting for an intelligent comment from you. After you provide one I'll provide you with a reasoned rebuttal. In the mean time I'll continue with the valid scoffing.
I guess the Viagra didn't help, still limp brained...

Snicker.
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I just have to interrupt here for a minute and ask, what kind of loser would sit around obsessively rigging the judge-its over and over again?

Can anyone imagine what kind of loser would do that?

Jizzy? Dan? Bill? Xavier?

YUK!YUK!YUK!

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the formal union of a man and a woman, typically recognized by law, by which they become husband and wife
That definition violates the 14th Amendment, so it should be changed.
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George Ogden the great pain in the backside liars club president.
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That definition violates the 14th Amendment, so it should be changed.
What should be changed, the definition or the 14th amendment?

YUK!YUK!YUK!
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George Ogden the great pain in the backside liars club president.

Along with is side kicks, Steve Herfert.

Steve Herfert just couldn't resist spouting more of his racist West Covina, California carp.

Could Shelley Sanderson, Rob Sotelo (a plumber) and Andrew Mcintyre really be racists after all?

Don't ya just love it when racists come out of the closet? Doing it in public was such a stupid move on their part, but you know that's how racists operate these days and of old days too.

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LOL. Look idiot, you don't have to be able to procreate in order to marry!
Sheesh.
Nobody said you did, again you are failing miserably in your comprehension of the law.

But why don't you tell us again how your know more about the law than the judge?

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Dan wrote:
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Riiight.
So freedoms on how to live as long as they don't harm others were never at the crux of the forming of our government.
Better get a grip skippy.
The freedom to marry an adult of one's choice can easily be seen as a right.
Oh look, Dan wants to chime in and protect the equally irrelevant Rose.

I'm sorry that both Rose and you have such trouble accepting what the courts have said. I guess you don't like the DOMA ruling anymore huh?

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