The bigots win: North Carolina passes...
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Dick

Minneapolis, MN

#62 May 14, 2012
Mike wrote:
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Grow a pair and compromise.
Ovaries and testicals mix and are normal. Testicals and testicals do not mix and is abnormal. Ovaries and ovaries don't mix and is abnormal. This ain't rocket science people. Choose not to be a pervert.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#63 May 14, 2012
Dick wrote:
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Ovaries and testicals mix and are normal. Testicals and testicals do not mix and is abnormal. Ovaries and ovaries don't mix and is abnormal. This ain't rocket science people. Choose not to be a pervert.
"Gay marriage" is an oxymoron. I don't care what you gays do in yoir own homes, or even in your gay bars. But total social acceptance is completely out of the question. It is not logical, sensible, or rational. I've listened to ALL of the arguements. You still make NO sense. Keep it confined to your little bastions of liberal livelihood. Fine. I won't interfere, I won't protest, I won't try to "change you". Just stop inferring that people like ME should be exposed to your "point of view". or accept it as "normal".
Dan

Minneapolis, MN

#64 May 15, 2012
digger wrote:
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"Gay marriage" is an oxymoron. I don't care what you gays do in yoir own homes, or even in your gay bars. But total social acceptance is completely out of the question. It is not logical, sensible, or rational. I've listened to ALL of the arguements. You still make NO sense. Keep it confined to your little bastions of liberal livelihood. Fine. I won't interfere, I won't protest, I won't try to "change you". Just stop inferring that people like ME should be exposed to your "point of view". or accept it as "normal".
Obama is the First Gay President. He pushed for open homosexuality in the military. He's against the DOMA. He's pushing for gay marriage. This will be his greatest legacy.

It looks like the issue of homosexuality is more important than the economy and the debt problems of this Nation.

Is anyone else sick of this homosexuality issue?
Dan

Minneapolis, MN

#66 May 15, 2012
OLD TROLL wrote:
Correction, the issue of homosexuality is a great way to deflect from the more important issues of the economy and the debt failures of his administration.
And Nero played his 'fiddle' while Rome burned.
Capt Crunch

Sedona, AZ

#67 May 15, 2012
Dan wrote:
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And Nero played his 'fiddle' while Rome burned.
But count your blessings.
Obama is now guaranteed to be a one term president, and the consevatives in the House will prevent any more permanent damage to the nation by his actions. And two, the Slime has disappeared.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#68 May 15, 2012
Capt Crunch wrote:
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But count your blessings.
Obama is now guaranteed to be a one term president, and the consevatives in the House will prevent any more permanent damage to the nation by his actions. And two, the Slime has disappeared.
I'm afraid you are wrong Capt. He/she/it is still around,(trolls from gainesville is one of the unregistered monikers being used) but has been so beat down as to be keeping he/she/it's posts to a minimum in this forum. Especially since they are mostly ignored here.
I have little doubt that the madness continues in some other forum that has yet to catch on to the degree of dementia they are being "blessed" with.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#69 May 15, 2012
Dan wrote:
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Obama is the First Gay President. He pushed for open homosexuality in the military. He's against the DOMA. He's pushing for gay marriage. This will be his greatest legacy.
It looks like the issue of homosexuality is more important than the economy and the debt problems of this Nation.
Is anyone else sick of this homosexuality issue?
Wasn't Clinton the first black president? Truly a party of paradoxes those democrats.
The Voice

Burnsville, MN

#70 May 15, 2012
CRASSUS wrote:
Sadly, as predicted, voters in North Carolina passed Amendment One, the law that bans already-banned same-sex marriage and tacks on a gratuitous "and no civil unions, either." As Joan McCarter explained:
There would be no more legal unions between unmarried people, gay or straight. It could take health care benefits away from families, it could take away domestic violence protections, hospital visitation rights, and all the very basic protections of civil unions.
That's why just about everyone—including North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue, former President Bill Clinton (and his daughter), Episcopal bishops, hundreds of business leaders, religious leaders, and members of both parties—opposed it. Because it's hateful and wrong. But apparently, the state's voters disagreed.
Way to go, North Carolina. You must be so proud.
HMM.. the only "hateful" thing I see is coming from you.(Bigots I believe is the term used).

You can't win your debate by spewing hatred.
The Voice

Burnsville, MN

#71 May 15, 2012
Yellow Seed wrote:
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This from a guy with maybe an eighth grade education. Gotta love them teabaggers.
more insults and hate speech from the left. Way to become what you say you're against.
The Voice

Burnsville, MN

#72 May 15, 2012
Truth wrote:
The Republicans only believe in the Constitution when it is convenient.
Just like they believe that the government should stay out of people's lives - except when it furthers what THEY believe, then it is OK.
That's such a hypocritical statement. Liberals ignore the Constitution on a regular basis.

I am a republican, I think it is Unconstitutional to ban gay marriage.
Liberal wishful thinking

Minneapolis, MN

#73 May 15, 2012
be strong NC wrote:
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we / MN will follow your lead in NOVEMBER, first with the BAN and then voting out the muslim.
And all the liberal huffing and puffing and polling chicanery won't change this reality: by a sizable majority, Americans support one-man, one-woman marriage. Period.

"Media Bites off More than It Can Skew"

"Do a majority of Americans really support gay marriage? "Maybe not," -- http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/p... -- the Washington Post admits. For years, headlines have screamed that society is open to redefining marriage. But every time the theory is put to the test, it's proven wrong. As Daniel Horowitz says, the only authentic polling data -- http://www.redstate.com/dhorowitz3/2012/05/14... -“marriage”-is-a-losing-issue… for-democrats/-- is votes at the ballot. Thirty-two times, voters have gone to the polls in some of the most liberal states in America and rejected counterfeit marriage--most recently in North Carolina, where a constitutional amendment won by 22 points. Now that President Obama has literally made a federal case out of marriage, the reaction is even more severe.

Although the polling has been manipulated for years, even some media elites are conceding that the support for same-sex "marriage" just isn't there. Yesterday's CBS/New York Times survey showed that only 38% of Americans agree with the President's position. An ABC News/Washington Post poll backed up the trend, pointing out that 47% responded unfavorably and 46% responded favorably. But, analysts say, the real story is in the intensity gap -- http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/05/... . According to the Post, those numbers include " a 10-point tilt toward 'strongly' negative (38%) rather than strongly positive (28%) views." Independent voters were especially opposed, with most leaning toward a strongly negative reaction.

How have liberals managed to inflate the numbers for so long? "For the most part," the Post says, "the polling out there is combining the civil union and gay marriage responses together to get their 'majority' supporting gay marriage. There's a reason why the same-sex marriage ban passed in 32 states..." And those amendments (and a people's veto) haven't just passed--they've had overwhelming support. Republicans should be tripping over themselves to champion marriage. Instead, they're racing to change the subject on an issue that won an average of 67% of the vote in a supermajority of states. No wonder voters are annoyed. Ignoring marriage isn't just spineless--it's politically naive. Americans care about the economy and marriage. Surely, the GOP has enough time to fight for both.
Clinton

Saint Paul, MN

#74 May 15, 2012
Marriage is a religious act. Government got involved to prevent a male and female getting married if they would produce kids with issues, years ago.

Now Government thinks they control every marriage. Seems to me if a church wants to bless the marriage between a octapuss and a elephant, so be it, it's a marriage.
Mike

Saint Paul, MN

#75 May 15, 2012
Clinton wrote:
Marriage is a religious act. Government got involved to prevent a male and female getting married if they would produce kids with issues, years ago.
Now Government thinks they control every marriage. Seems to me if a church wants to bless the marriage between a octapuss and a elephant, so be it, it's a marriage.
Marriage was founded in religion. The bible which is the foundation of religion states homosexuality is deviant and sinful. I sin too but I don't try to get it accepted as the norm.

Sorry you can't marry your dog, I feel your pain.

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