Ohio's marriage amendment called safe

Ohio's marriage amendment called safe

There are 6 comments on the DispatchPolitics story from Feb 26, 2011, titled Ohio's marriage amendment called safe. In it, DispatchPolitics reports that:

Conservative activists fear Ohio's same-sex marriage ban could be jeopardized by the Obama administration's decision not to defend the federal Defense of Marriage Act.

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Just the Facts

Columbus, OH

#1 Feb 26, 2011
Marriage Laws are regulated to the states.
Just the Facts.

DOMA was wrong in the beginning.
States Rights are fully in play here Constitutionally.
American Joe

Dublin, OH

#2 Feb 26, 2011
Come on man I wanted to marry my Basset Hound!
Transgend03

Spokane, WA

#3 Feb 26, 2011
Just the Facts wrote:
Marriage Laws are regulated to the states.
Just the Facts.
DOMA was wrong in the beginning.
States Rights are fully in play here Constitutionally.
your right one state may not have to marry us, but if I get married in a state that does and then move to yours the 14th ammendment says you have to honor it.. that's why they pushed doma in the first place.... so thanks for recognizing that it was unconstitutional.... now lets get on with our marriages in legal states and then move
Just the Facts

Columbus, OH

#4 Feb 26, 2011
Transgend03 wrote:
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your right one state may not have to marry us, but if I get married in a state that does and then move to yours the 14th ammendment says you have to honor it.. that's why they pushed doma in the first place.... so thanks for recognizing that it was unconstitutional.... now lets get on with our marriages in legal states and then move
um...polygamy laws would apply and never were allowed to cross state lines...just sayin. Been tried before, did not work in this situation either.

In what is today Utah and some surrounding areas, the principle of plural marriage was openly practiced. In 1852, Young felt the Church in Utah was secure enough to announce the practice of polygamy to the world. However the opposition by the U.S. government threatened the legal standing of the church. President Wilford Woodruff announced the church's official abandonment of the practice on September 25, 1890. Woodruff's declaration was formally accepted in a church general conference on October 6, 1890. The Church's stand on the practice of polygamy was reinforced by a second formal statement in 1904, renouncing the practice in all areas of the world.
Cro magnon neanderthal

Lancaster, OH

#5 Feb 26, 2011
American Joe wrote:
Come on man I wanted to marry my Basset Hound!
If it is a consensual realtionship, then, as the song says,'love the one your with'.

“TMA&CRR One Love One Marriage ”

Since: Sep 09

port orange

#6 Feb 26, 2011
American Joe wrote:
Come on man I wanted to marry my Basset Hound!
only cause a dog is that would have you;)

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