Same-sex marriage legislation still k...

Same-sex marriage legislation still kicking at the Minnesota St...

There are 198 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Mar 17, 2009, titled Same-sex marriage legislation still kicking at the Minnesota St.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Gay marriage may not be on the front burners at the state Capitol this year - those are consumed by the poor economy and the state's yawning budget deficit - but that doesn't mean the issue isn't simmering.

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james

Saint Paul, MN

#201 Mar 23, 2009
You speak as if aids was invented by gay people on purpose. If we go by the 10% rule, 9 out 10 diseases were first caught by a heterosexual.
This and that

Fargo, ND

#202 Mar 23, 2009
james wrote:
You speak as if aids was invented by gay people on purpose. If we go by the 10% rule, 9 out 10 diseases were first caught by a heterosexual.
Although you may be right James, I'm pretty sure 99% of the world's population throughout the history of mankind was born from heterosexual couples. Can gay people make that same claim?

“www.benehrmann.c om”

Since: Nov 08

White Suburbia, CA

#203 Mar 23, 2009
This and that wrote:
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Although you may be right James, I'm pretty sure 99% of the world's population throughout the history of mankind was born from heterosexual couples. Can gay people make that same claim?
I doubt it's at 99%. What about bisexual reproduction?
Joe Btfsplk

Alexandria, MN

#204 Mar 23, 2009
I want to thank all of you for voting for democrats! If not for you these discussions would be mute...and if there is any of you objecting to "gender neutral" marriage and who also voted for any democrats get a clue you have no right to complain.
Taxpayer

Brainerd, MN

#205 Mar 23, 2009
The wackos are still in charge of the MN Republican caucus from the look of things. Please remember that the next election.

Since: Feb 08

Saint Paul, MN

#206 Mar 23, 2009
Joe Btfsplk wrote:
I want to thank all of you for voting for democrats! If not for you these discussions would be mute...and if there is any of you objecting to "gender neutral" marriage and who also voted for any democrats get a clue you have no right to complain.
Don't do what Donny Dont does.
jcf817

Minneapolis, MN

#207 Mar 23, 2009
This and that wrote:
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Although you may be right James, I'm pretty sure 99% of the world's population throughout the history of mankind was born from heterosexual couples. Can gay people make that same claim?
Absolutely...I'd venture that nearly 100% of gays are born from heterosexual couples.

Since: Dec 08

Minneapolis, MN

#208 Mar 23, 2009
meinstpaul wrote:
God created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve!
How original. I never heard that jingle before. Would make a great sunday school song. LOL
Now i am CONVINCED that gay marriage is wrong!

ps. Is that a Bible verse? LOL

“RAINBOW POWER!”

Since: Oct 08

I Am What I Am.

#209 Mar 23, 2009
Jeff T in MPLS wrote:
As far as the US Constitution referencing God, the Constitution itself does not, but the Declaration of Independence, giving America the authority to create the Constitution, does. Unless you know another "Supremem Judge of the World".
Incredible, I know.
What I find incredible are people who equate the bible with God and think it's the official opinion paper of the Supreme Judge of the World, let alone that they have the One Correct interpretation of it.

Mel in MI

“We're here! ”

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#210 Mar 23, 2009
meinstpaul wrote:
God created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve!
If you believe that God created Adam and Eve, then it would stand to reason that you believe that God created everything, as your religios convictions would dictate, then He created Steve as well.

“Get RIGHT or be left”

Since: Nov 07

www.dreamindemon.com

#211 Mar 23, 2009
Wolfgang E B wrote:
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What I find incredible are people who equate the bible with God and think it's the official opinion paper of the Supreme Judge of the World, let alone that they have the One Correct interpretation of it.
....oh, you are still whining?

Find it incredible all you want. That does not mean the Bible is not correct. As for interpetation, get a Greek and Hebrew concordance and read it for yourself.

Incredibly, you might learn something.
PC Or Not PC

Eden Prairie, MN

#214 Mar 23, 2009
Jeff T in MPLS wrote:
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....oh, you are still whining?
Find it incredible all you want. That does not mean the Bible is not correct. As for interpetation, get a Greek and Hebrew concordance and read it for yourself.
Incredibly, you might learn something.
Take a leak on a Greek.

“REUNITE GONDWANALAND!”

Since: Jun 08

Woodbury

#215 Mar 23, 2009
ActsOfBeauty wrote:
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Actually, much of what you listed are derived from the ancient Athenians, Greeks, Etruscans, and Romans. Their innovation with government is what fueled our modern-Constitution.
You joke about public school, but perhaps you should have paid better attention in class?
Actually, it predates the Greco-Roman era, and goes all the way back to the Code of Hammurabi. In fact, similar codes of social behavior have likely been around as long as there have been human communities.

“www.benehrmann.c om”

Since: Nov 08

White Suburbia, CA

#216 Mar 24, 2009
Darwinian wrote:
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Actually, it predates the Greco-Roman era, and goes all the way back to the Code of Hammurabi. In fact, similar codes of social behavior have likely been around as long as there have been human communities.
I don't doubt that, thanks.

Since: Feb 08

Saint Paul, MN

#217 Mar 24, 2009
Darwinian wrote:
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Actually, it predates the Greco-Roman era, and goes all the way back to the Code of Hammurabi. In fact, similar codes of social behavior have likely been around as long as there have been human communities.
We took over one forum for a discussion on pizza and chocolate, and your taking over this one for a discussion on wrestling and ham. Nice job.

Since: Feb 08

Saint Paul, MN

#218 Mar 24, 2009
For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.
jcf817

Minneapolis, MN

#219 Mar 24, 2009
James Kasal wrote:
For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.
What about humbling yourself so that you can be exalted?

;-)

Since: Feb 08

Saint Paul, MN

#220 Mar 24, 2009
jcf817 wrote:
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What about humbling yourself so that you can be exalted?
;-)
I certainly have a need for true humility. I certainly have a tendency to place myself and my views on a pedestal.

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