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_NoHo wrote:
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I have been shadow banned again today! Censored! Banished! Disappeared like in some cheesy third banana republic!
The poster formerly known Frankie Rizzo, formerly Frank Rizzo, formerly Mike Dirucci.
So, you're now tied with me ? Way to go, big guy ...
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Big D wrote:
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Frisbee does not qualify as astrophysics
Making a boiler maker does not qualify as Chemical Engineering ;)
No, you're wrong about those...LOL
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Xavier Breath wrote:
<quoted text>sure you do.... that's why you drive trucks instead of design them.
Maybe I didn't make myself clear...I LOVE driving trucks. For me, it is a clear choice, not a last resort. You should be so lucky as to decide what you want to do with your life. If I wish to use my degrees, then I will.
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Rose_NoHo wrote:
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You used a racial slur against me. I was just pointing out how silly that particular slur is.
Sorry that went over your head. Guess they didn't teach you stuff like that in Chemical...wait, I can't get thought that without laughing.
Why, you're perfectly at liberty to laugh. And, pray, which slur was that, again?
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Rose_NoHo wrote:
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LOL. Again, why call me a monkey when monkeys have light skin, straight hair, thin lips and flat butts.
Such a pathetic racist you are.
Typical fundie.
They're also higher up the food chain than you.

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Arent not so bad round hear. Only things nothing to do on but each other and them smells and dust and each other is stuppid. Hair BEAUTY colllege good. Everybuddy need guns and ammo and no more bags and guns too.$3. Fruts and ho's at bsicuit place. Nasty an to fast.$3
Anyone know what language this is?

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Randy-Rock-Hudson wrote:
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Why, you're perfectly at liberty to laugh. And, pray, which slur was that, again?
You don't remember what you wrote?

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sheesh void of hate wrote:
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I think he reversed them. Still incorrect though. As was the poster he was quoting.
That's good, I thought it was me..

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Actually we are a democratic republic, look up the phrase democratic republic in the dictionary and look at the first example given.
The whole popular argument that we are either a democracy or a republic are both wrong, we are both, always have been.
We are a Constitutional Republic. The founders HATED democracy.

BTW, why would I go to the Dictionary when I could just go to the Constitution?

The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government...- Article IV Sec 4.

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We've had this discussion before. It's over with, dickweed. The 14th Amendment is not going away, and you can squawk about Article V all you like.
Dodge..

BTW, since you agree Article V isn't made up, perhaps now you could read it. Then we could discuss how it was violated during the drafting of the 14th Amendment.
If we ever get you educated that far, which is highly doubtful, we can then discuss the use of martial law during the ratification when the vote didn't go the way they liked the first time.

Oh, and I never said it was going anywhere, but that doesn't mean we can't address the issues surrounding its passage. That is unless the person you are attempting to have the discussion with is ignorant of the subject matter which it seems you are.
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Police in New Jersey are investigating a video of an officer punch a woman directly in the face.

Cell phone video posted on YouTube shows a group of people outside the Envy nightclub in Elizabeth.

At one point, an officer or cop pulls back and punches a woman directly in the face with direct force and fully aware she is a female.

The female Beater, officer remains on active duty.

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6.If you believe a fundamental change to the building block of society will have absolutely no affect

rK; The lawful entities responsible for wielding the fundamental building blocks of a social and civil Republic are certainly correct in adding to the available set of building blocks, when such additions promote justice and consistency before the Law.

KiMare'a wrote; First, you fail to even address the question. Such a change will have momentus changes, many of which are unpredictable. This has always been the case in just our nation's history.

Second, marriage is the ONLY natural building block of society. It is what separates us from the animal kingdom and indiscriminate procreation. Any other setting is a drastically negative default option.

Moreover, gay couples produce nothing, a clear genetic indication of defect, directly contrary to the primary goal of evolution.

Additionally, rights are distinguished in law. Gay couples fail to equate to marriage AT THE FUNDAMENTAL LEVEL OF NATURAL DESIGN AND PRIMARY FUNCTION.

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6.If you believe a fundamental change to the building block of society will have absolutely no affect

rK; The lawful entities responsible for wielding the fundamental building blocks of a social and civil Republic are certainly correct in adding to the available set of building blocks, when such additions promote justice and consistency before the Law.

KiMare'a wrote; First, you fail to even address the question. Such a change will have momentus changes, many of which are unpredictable. This has always been the case in just our nation's history. No fault divorce has fatally fractured the family. Abortion has 'protected the mother' at the expense of her child. Just two examples.

Second, marriage is the ONLY natural building block of society. It is what separates us from the animal kingdom and indiscriminate procreation. Any other setting is a drastically negative default option. According to the latest, largest and most scientific study to date on seven family types, lesbian couples rate last, AFTER single parents!

Moreover, gay couples mutually procreate nothing, a clear genetic indication of defect, and directly contrary to the primary goal of evolution.

Finally, rights are protected by law, it has no power to create. Gay couples fail to equate to marriage AT THE FUNDAMENTAL LEVEL OF NATURAL DESIGN AND PRIMARY FUNCTION. Calling gay couples married is an imposition of an imposter relationship, hardly just or consistent.
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WHY VOTE wrote:
Ok, I don't really care if same sex people get married or are together in any capacity. I am for equal rights BUT.......... I am very annoyed that peoples votes don't mean anything anymore. What happened to a majority vote rules? What happened to the peoples voice?
My stance on this has nothing to do with same sex couples. This is just the latest thing a court has overturned or blocked that THE PEOPLE voted for. Look at AZ., look back at prop. 187 which would have saved is billions in illegal immigrant funding. The people of the USA are trying to make changes to better our country and the few judges are effectively disenfranchising us.
Again this is not directed at same sex couples it is major frustration over the majority loosing there voice.
WHY VOTE????
Justices are tasked with protecting the rights of everyone especially minorities such as GLBT Americans! We are provided equal protection under the same constitution as you are and simply because the majority of voters at any particular moment in time felt it was right to alter our state constitution to deny those protections doesn't make it okay! Since I was 18 I've voted in every major election and to this day I believe my vote has always counted!
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Rose_NoHo wrote:
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You don't remember what you wrote?
Why do you spend so much time answering questions with questions?
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We are a Constitutional Republic. The founders HATED democracy.
BTW, why would I go to the Dictionary when I could just go to the Constitution?
The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government...- Article IV Sec 4.
Before posting again, look up Democratic republic, and look the first example given.

Our founders hated pure democracy, just as they hated pure republic. History was very clear about the evils of both.

That is why they created a democratic republic.

Some of our founders thought only the wealthy should be able to vote, and many generally hated black people, and none of them thought women should vote, they thought a president and vice president that were on opposing parties was a good idea. Our founders were not perfect, but they did a very good job regardless.

Yes we are a republic, yes we are a representative democracy

We are both, and always have been
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A "d" is below average, can't have anymore of this being posted.
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Maybe I didn't make myself clear...I LOVE driving trucks. For me, it is a clear choice, not a last resort. You should be so lucky as to decide what you want to do with your life. If I wish to use my degrees, then I will.
Luck has nothing to do with it. I do whatever I please.
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Dodge..
BTW, since you agree Article V isn't made up, perhaps now you could read it. Then we could discuss how it was violated during the drafting of the 14th Amendment.
If we ever get you educated that far, which is highly doubtful, we can then discuss the use of martial law during the ratification when the vote didn't go the way they liked the first time.
Oh, and I never said it was going anywhere, but that doesn't mean we can't address the issues surrounding its passage. That is unless the person you are attempting to have the discussion with is ignorant of the subject matter which it seems you are.
blah, blah, blah....... I told you we've had this discussion before. Did you have a point?

Address the issue? It's 2013.... do you think it hasn't been addressed?
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Xavier Breath wrote:
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blah, blah, blah....... I told you we've had this discussion before. Did you have a point?
Address the issue? It's 2013.... do you think it hasn't been addressed?
His arguments have already been made in court, and failed.

You donít need to refute them, they have already been refuted legally

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