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N.H. House panel against gay marriage repeal

There are 29 comments on the Brattleboro Reformer story from Feb 10, 2010, titled N.H. House panel against gay marriage repeal. In it, Brattleboro Reformer reports that:

A House committee that deadlocked a year ago over legalizing gay marriage voted Tuesday against repealing New Hampshire's five-week-old law allowing the unions.

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estanson

Windsor, VT

#21 Feb 12, 2010
Ben Long wrote:
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Yep - you got me. I can't possibly debate with a great mind like yours.
where are you getting this stuff?

i, in earnest, linked that "study" to hear your opinion guessing you were trained in science, specifically biology...(meaning, the oppostie of your assertion and that in fact I had put stock in your opinion...was I wrong to?)

all i wanted was your take of the report...I was willing to comment on your links to get that response...

I also expected critiques of my critiques of your links, but given the foundation is children of hetero relationships later to be in gays relationships, i called shenanigans on the reports...

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#22 Feb 12, 2010
I told you, you're a waste of time. I'm not discussing this anymore with you.
estanson

Windsor, VT

#23 Feb 12, 2010
Ben Long wrote:
I told you, you're a waste of time. I'm not discussing this anymore with you.
so you prefer potshots 100 times over to actually commenting on the scientific elements of the issue??

can't say I didnt expect it...

I supected that you could not acknowledge what doesnt fit neatly into the way you want things to be...

and anything counter to your proclamations about how things are is a waste of your time now.

enjoy your 20 more proclamations on nuclear power...i guess you will stay in that discussion until someone gets down to the facts...

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#24 Feb 12, 2010
estanson wrote:
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so you prefer potshots 100 times over to actually commenting on the scientific elements of the issue??
can't say I didnt expect it...
I supected that you could not acknowledge what doesnt fit neatly into the way you want things to be...
and anything counter to your proclamations about how things are is a waste of your time now.
enjoy your 20 more proclamations on nuclear power...i guess you will stay in that discussion until someone gets down to the facts...
Your version of reality is amusing.
My Thought

Ripton, VT

#25 Feb 12, 2010
FAIR wrote:
<quoted text>RIGHT ON. I am still hearing that song, "O when the Muslims" come marching in,"O when the Muslims" come marching in/ "There will be" Drooping faces, when the Muslims, come marching in/
Homoseuality and Islam are two different issues. Not the same at all.
My Thought

Ripton, VT

#26 Feb 12, 2010
Party of No wrote:
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That's right, we have to hold steady against all the bad people - homos, muslims & other heathens, brown immigrants, and all the other riffraff. Either you're with us or you're against us, you're either just like us or you're the enemy. Enough of all this "diversity" and "tolerance" and getting along with others! We say NO! And you'll hear from us in November!
Religion and having brown skin are not the same as being homosexual. You've got three very different issues going here.
estanson

Windsor, VT

#27 Feb 12, 2010
Ben Long wrote:
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Your version of reality is amusing.
I'm surprised you even grasp that there is something real outside of your own perception of how thing should be...

and yeah...i can see your real busy...so...what of the study that young women begin puberty at different times based upon the presence of a biological father within the home?

If its true and it shows a physical difference...surely you'd have to admit psychological differences right?

now i get the silence from you...

i get why I am now a "waste of time".

when something doesnt fit into what you want to believe you ignore it?
One guess what thats called....
zebco

Houston, TX

#28 Feb 13, 2010
Ben Long wrote:
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Your version of reality is amusing.
Said the felching hyena.
rs5050rs

Chelmsford, MA

#29 Mar 19, 2010
I say we are all equal.I also say the folks who need a book to run thier life tend to not like people who dont.Sad to see some people have not grown up. I have gay freinds who are some of the most trusted people in my life.I am straight.As a matter of fact I am Old School Merrimack and my best man was gay and some think of me one of the rough guys (not to screw with) in merrimack.He is a great person and should have the same rights everyone else does.They have my vote.Best of luck.

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