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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DE-Nutters are running around looking for GOP, Republican and Tea Party member's to shorten their outlook on life.

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You make a lame attack because I'm right, and you don't have the 'nads to admit it.
The courts have never said you have to be able to reproduce in order to marry.
And speaking of critical thinking, since you don't have to be able to reproduce in order to marry, the fact gay couples can't reproduce is a non issue when it comes to marriage.
We have tried to explain to your brain cell that "required" is not the same as "central purpose" or "compelling state interest."

You really should get your GED before you attempt to play lawyer.

Oh, and thank you for the laugh, crying about lame attacks when you feel the need to change my name every time you post to me. Who is the child?

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Rose_NoHo wrote:
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I was talking about the 14th Amendment and Loving v Va, and you replied with a bunch of stuff about slavery...
And you say I'm an idiot! LOL!
Thanks for the smile.:)
Yes, because you clinging to Loving v Virginia was an attempt to toss the race card into play in regards to the founders.

I should have known that you wouldn't be able to comprehend the post.

If you want people to stop calling you an idiot, I suggest you stop acting like one.

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<quoted text>Did you know the average gay male consumes 22.68 lbs of fecal matter on an annual basis, kinda sick if you ask me?!?!
If that was true you'd have been consumed long ago.

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We have tried to explain to your brain cell that "required" is not the same as "central purpose" or "compelling state interest."
So what? It's not the same as a lot of other things. I just said it wasn't required, and it's not.
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You really should get your GED before you attempt to play lawyer.
I pass gas better educated than you, and better smelling.
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Oh, and thank you for the laugh, crying about lame attacks when you feel the need to change my name every time you post to me. Who is the child?
I wouldn't insult children by calling you one.

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Yes, because you clinging to Loving v Virginia was an attempt to toss the race card into play in regards to the founders.
Stupid, why don't you just admit you fked up?
I was talking about Loving v VA and the 14th Amendment, and marriage. You started to copy/paste stuff about slavery. It was funny.
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I should have known that you wouldn't be able to comprehend the post.
If you want people to stop calling you an idiot, I suggest you stop acting like one.
You are an idiot. And if you want people to believe you are in favor of gay marriage, I suggest you stop making lame personal attacks at everyone in favor of it while picking out the pubes of those against it from between your teeth.

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Rose_NoHo wrote:
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So what? It's not the same as a lot of other things. I just said it wasn't required, and it's not.
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I pass gas better educated than you, and better smelling.
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I wouldn't insult children by calling you one.
You really are stuck on stupid aren't you?

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Stupid, why don't you just admit you fked up?
I was talking about Loving v VA and the 14th Amendment, and marriage. You started to copy/paste stuff about slavery. It was funny.
What other connection should I have made to your reference of Loving v Virginia and how the founders would have felt about the decision other than to make one with racism?

Since the issue in Loving v Virginia was RACE, and you want to know how the founders would feel about it, why wouldn't we look at how they felt about slavery which was also an issue of RACE?

I know you really have trouble with critical thinking Rose, but come on, even a 2 year old could have connected those dots.

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Rose_NoHo wrote:
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You are an idiot. And if you want people to believe you are in favor of gay marriage, I suggest you stop making lame personal attacks at everyone in favor of it while picking out the pubes of those against it from between your teeth.
Hey moron, there are about half a dozen members of the idiot club which I converse with, you are a charter member no doubt.

You and the other member's are treated like idiots, not because of your position on same sex marriage, but because you act like idiots. And there are members on both side of the issue, so again you fail.

Like I said Rose, if you want to stop being called an idiot, I suggest you stop acting like one.

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You really are stuck on stupid aren't you?
No, that would be you.

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akaidiot wrote:
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What other connection should I have made to your reference of Loving v Virginia and how the founders would have felt about the decision other than to make one with racism?
Since the issue in Loving v Virginia was RACE, and you want to know how the founders would feel about it, why wouldn't we look at how they felt about slavery which was also an issue of RACE?

Come on, you fked up. Grow a pair and admit it. I was talking about a marriage case and the 14th Amendment. Either you didn't understand what I wrote, or you didn't understand what you copy/pasted.
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I know you really have trouble with critical thinking Rose, but come on, even a 2 year old could have connected those dots.
There were no dots. You are just an idiot with no balls.

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No, that would be you.
More unintellectual banter from you.

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Come on, you fked up. Grow a pair and admit it. I was talking about a marriage case and the 14th Amendment. Either you didn't understand what I wrote, or you didn't understand what you copy/pasted.
How do you expect people to comprehend your incoherent ramblings?

BTW, you were talking about the decision in Loving v Virginia, not the 14th Amendment.

If you can't keep up with your own nonsense how do you expect others to?

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More unintellectual banter from you.
LOL. As opposed to the intellectual banter above?
Thanks for the chuckles.

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LOL. As opposed to the intellectual banter above?
Thanks for the chuckles.
Is this you attempting to sound intelligent?

How cute.

BTW Rose, why don't you explain to us what exactly you mean by- "How would the founders feel about the Loving v Virginia decision"- if not that of racism?

We will wait.

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Is this you attempting to sound intelligent?
How cute.
BTW Rose, why don't you explain to us what exactly you mean by- "How would the founders feel about the Loving v Virginia decision"- if not that of racism?
We will wait.
Wait.

You fked up. I was talking about the 14th Amendment and marriage, you copy/pasted stuff about slavery.
LOLSER!

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Rose_NoHo wrote:
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Wait.
You fked up. I was talking about the 14th Amendment and marriage, you copy/pasted stuff about slavery.
LOLSER!
You really are an idiot aren't you.

Since you can't seem to remember your own nonsense. My response was in regards to your comments regarding- Loving v Virginia, the 13th Amendment and Slavery, and how the Founders would feel about each of them.

This is your post you moron:
"LOL. Actually, the don't matter at all. They are worm poop now, and have been for centuries. Things have changed. Slavery is no longer allowed, 13th Amendment. Women can vote, 19th Amendment. Wonder how they would have felt about Loving v VA. Doesn't matter, what mattered was how the Supreme Court felt about it in 1967."

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/fairfield-ca/...

No mention of the 14th Amendment in your post, just mentions of Slavery and the Loving v Virginia decision, hence my response.

Try to keep up moron.
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Rose_NoHo wrote:
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Wait.
You fked up. I was talking about the 14th Amendment and marriage, you copy/pasted stuff about slavery.
LOLSER!
Rose_NoHo.

Actually, the founding fathers had nothing to do with the 14th Amendment. When the Republicans imposed their infamous 14th Amendment, it effectively overturned the Constitution the founding fathers gave us. Its purpose was to punish non-Homosexual White Christian males who objected to the Republican invasion. As you know, the Republican's 14th Amendment enfranchised the Africans while at the same time the Republicans disenfranchised non-Homosexual White Christian males, as well as denying their right to be elected to or to hold public office. Our non-Homosexual founding fathers would turn over in their graves if they knew the right of two persons of the same SEX to marry one another - including the lesbians - was being promoted on "constitutional grounds".

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akpilot wrote:
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You really are an idiot aren't you.
Since you can't seem to remember your own nonsense. My response was in regards to your comments regarding- Loving v Virginia, the 13th Amendment and Slavery, and how the Founders would feel about each of them.
This is your post you moron:
"LOL. Actually, the don't matter at all. They are worm poop now, and have been for centuries. Things have changed. Slavery is no longer allowed, 13th Amendment. Women can vote, 19th Amendment. Wonder how they would have felt about Loving v VA. Doesn't matter, what mattered was how the Supreme Court felt about it in 1967."
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/fairfield-ca/...
No mention of the 14th Amendment in your post, just mentions of Slavery and the Loving v Virginia decision, hence my response.
Try to keep up moron.
Well, dummy, I said:
"Wonder how they would have felt about Loving v VA.(no mention there of slavery) Doesn't matter, what mattered was how the Supreme Court felt about it in 1967."
The 14th Amendment was sited in Loving v VA. Anybody familiar with the case knows that, there was no need to mention it. Study the case.
"This case presents a constitutional question never addressed by this Court: whether a statutory scheme adopted by the State of Virginia to prevent marriages between persons solely on the basis of racial classifications violates the Equal Protection and Due Process Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment."
http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/histori...
Your fixation on me is amusing.
Why don't just admit you messed up?

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