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Is a woman single if her husbands on deathrow

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Robb

Saint Louis, MO

#1 Feb 16, 2013
Is a woman single if her husbands on deathrow?

Since: Feb 13

Farmington, MO

#2 Feb 16, 2013
No, not if she has not divorced him. When that happens or they execute him then she will be single.
Robb

Saint Louis, MO

#3 Feb 16, 2013
SO I GOTTA WAIT?
haha

United States

#4 Feb 16, 2013
Ask missy dippold hennecke she's single every other week while Chris is in jail!

Since: Feb 13

Farmington, MO

#5 Feb 16, 2013
Robb wrote:
SO I GOTTA WAIT?
Yes, you got to wait or move on to someone else.
wait a second

United States

#6 Feb 16, 2013
Ain't marriage the same damn thing as death row or is it just a death sentence

Since: Feb 13

Farmington, MO

#7 Feb 16, 2013
It can be if you can't stand the person you married. But if you love them and they are your best friend it can be great. I've been a very lucky girl.

TripleNegative

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#8 Feb 16, 2013
Marriage is like any other good proposition—it's only as good as the effort you put into it.

Yet death row implies murder, and guilt. Frankly, I am of the belief that murderers have no rights beyond the superficial and minute. I cannot imagine any legal agreement between such a felon as being valid, even one of marriage.

If a business has a legal agreement with someone and they become convicted of murder, the agreement is dissolved immediately.

Marriage is only as binding as the intent of the married, and if the person had good 'intent' they would not ruin the union with those pesky little petty crimes of 'murder'.

The state has removed God from the equation altogether. It's no longer a holy nor binding agreement worthy of the effort. Relationships 'are'.

How can a felon of any sort demand a loyalty they are unwilling to provide themselves?

Since: Feb 13

Farmington, MO

#9 Feb 16, 2013
TripleNegative wrote:
Marriage is like any other good proposition—it's only as good as the effort you put into it.
Yet death row implies murder, and guilt. Frankly, I am of the belief that murderers have no rights beyond the superficial and minute. I cannot imagine any legal agreement between such a felon as being valid, even one of marriage.
If a business has a legal agreement with someone and they become convicted of murder, the agreement is dissolved immediately.
Marriage is only as binding as the intent of the married, and if the person had good 'intent' they would not ruin the union with those pesky little petty crimes of 'murder'.
The state has removed God from the equation altogether. It's no longer a holy nor binding agreement worthy of the effort.
Relationships 'are'.
How can a felon of any sort demand a loyalty they are unwilling to provide themselves?
That is true. But according to the courts they still have rights a lot more than they should. In the eyes of the law they would still be considered married until the courts granted a disolution of marriage. It is wrong but neverless the law. Even though the state has removed God from the equation. God plays a big part in moral values of many Christians and in the eyes of God they will be still married. So I guess it boils down to what you want to believe.

TripleNegative

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#10 Feb 16, 2013
Annie W wrote:
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That is true. But according to the courts they still have rights a lot more than they should. In the eyes of the law they would still be considered married until the courts granted a disolution of marriage. It is wrong but neverless the law. Even though the state has removed God from the equation. God plays a big part in moral values of many Christians and in the eyes of God they will be still married. So I guess it boils down to what you want to believe.
Annie—I respect marriage except when it has a connection to the laws of any nation, especially a nation which no longer recognizes a God. Then the institution becomes worthless.

Yet I understand the foundation of your belief. I am a Thoreauvian by nature—and with Thoreau, when any nation recognizes any institution that is appalling to humankind, such as slavery, or when the nation no longer believes in God, then anything associated with that government has lost all credibility, and their laws are automatically null and void.

If marriage had the meaning it once did, then I would take the same stance as you. I would admire any person today who avoids the government altogether when getting married, and who does so solely with authority from ANY church, and not the government.

This nation was founded as a Christian Republic, and it is no longer 'Christian or a Republic'. The government has lost all moral authority, and their sole authority remains tyranny, taxation, and an abuse of power. Pay the minister—do not pay the government. They no longer represent me on any level.

And in fact, it becomes a moral issue—and anyone who commits murder, rape, incest, etc., has no 'moral authority remaining'. Besides, I seriously doubt that the person asking has remained faithful or celibate during this time. It was merely a legal question, I suspect.

The truth is, there is no correct answer. It's all a matter of perception.

Godspeed.
Wondering

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Feb 17, 2013
TripleNegative wrote:
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Annie—I respect marriage except when it has a connection to the laws of any nation, especially a nation which no longer recognizes a God. Then the institution becomes worthless.
Yet I understand the foundation of your belief. I am a Thoreauvian by nature—and with Thoreau, when any nation recognizes any institution that is appalling to humankind, such as slavery, or when the nation no longer believes in God, then anything associated with that government has lost all credibility, and their laws are automatically null and void.
If marriage had the meaning it once did, then I would take the same stance as you. I would admire any person today who avoids the government altogether when getting married, and who does so solely with authority from ANY church, and not the government.
This nation was founded as a Christian Republic, and it is no longer 'Christian or a Republic'. The government has lost all moral authority, and their sole authority remains tyranny, taxation, and an abuse of power. Pay the minister—do not pay the government. They no longer represent me on any level.
And in fact, it becomes a moral issue—and anyone who commits murder, rape, incest, etc., has no 'moral authority remaining'. Besides, I seriously doubt that the person asking has remained faithful or celibate during this time. It was merely a legal question, I suspect.
The truth is, there is no correct answer. It's all a matter of perception.
Godspeed.
Wow! I never thought I would admit this, but, I have to. I agree with you on this topic triple neg!
Wondering

Saint Louis, MO

#12 Feb 17, 2013
TripleNegative wrote:
Marriage is like any other good proposition—it's only as good as the effort you put into it.
Yet death row implies murder, and guilt. Frankly, I am of the belief that murderers have no rights beyond the superficial and minute. I cannot imagine any legal agreement between such a felon as being valid, even one of marriage.
If a business has a legal agreement with someone and they become convicted of murder, the agreement is dissolved immediately.
Marriage is only as binding as the intent of the married, and if the person had good 'intent' they would not ruin the union with those pesky little petty crimes of 'murder'.
The state has removed God from the equation altogether. It's no longer a holy nor binding agreement worthy of the effort. Relationships 'are
How can a felon of any sort demand a loyalty they are unwilling to provide themselves?
You hit the nail on the head with this one triple neg! Not only the state,but, the country has removed God from everything. Yet, when something bad happens the first question is "How could God let this happen"?

TripleNegative

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#13 Feb 18, 2013
Wondering wrote:
<quoted text>You hit the nail on the head with this one triple neg! Not only the state,but, the country has removed God from everything. Yet, when something bad happens the first question is "How could God let this happen"?
The myth is not God. The myth is that 'God micromanages'. He has a multiverse to create and sustain.

Marriage is an odd human institution. I cannot imagine God finding the need to bless or ordain any such nonsense. We already screwed up his idea of creation, faith, and religion. We could not be expected to perfect relationships with marriage.
toad

United States

#14 Feb 20, 2013
Wondering wrote:
<quoted text>You hit the nail on the head with this one triple neg! Not only the state,but, the country has removed God from everything. Yet, when something bad happens the first question is "How could God let this happen"?
God is made up in the minds of men. Men allows thing to happen. Hold man responsible. Hold yourself responsible. Not some made up deity.

TripleNegative

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#15 Feb 20, 2013
toad wrote:
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God is made up in the minds of men. Men allows thing to happen. Hold man responsible. Hold yourself responsible. Not some made up deity.
Prove it. Use the science you failed in elementary. That might help.
qaxyax

Monessen, PA

#17 Feb 23, 2013
http://youtube.com/watch... … Excuses are Reasons?
she a widow,,,shes single

TripleNegative

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#18 Feb 23, 2013
toad wrote:
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God is made up in the minds of men. Men allows thing to happen. Hold man responsible. Hold yourself responsible. Not some made up deity.
The only people who hold God responsible for the inequities of life are atheists. They have this great need to convert people to their religion of 'non-belief', as if their superiority comes in being alone in the universe without direction.

They are anarchists, and they revel in their idiocy, and their anarchy. Keep reveling.

TripleNegative

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#19 Feb 23, 2013
qaxyax wrote:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=R_3 d8Oteeqw … Excuses are Reasons?
she a widow,,,shes single
I don't know what this means.
fsjfdjjrfkgf

United States

#20 Feb 23, 2013
Yes she is .he loses all rights after he goes to jail.

TripleNegative

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#21 Feb 23, 2013
fsjfdjjrfkgf wrote:
Yes she is .he loses all rights after he goes to jail.
Yup, for murder.

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