U.S. Census Bureau Rejects Gay 'Marriage'

There are 20 comments on the www.christianpost.com story from Jul 16, 2008, titled U.S. Census Bureau Rejects Gay 'Marriage'. In it, www.christianpost.com reports that:

Pro-family groups were encouraged this week by the announcement that the U.S. Census Bureau will not include same-sex "marriages" in its upcoming 2010 census report.

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newanarchy

Fort Worth, TX

#21 Jul 19, 2008
Kerdy 1 wrote:
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I hope you realize how ugly it is when you allow your emotions to dictate your actions instead of your logic and reason. This is what happened when you wrote this.
Not at all, I was using my logic and reason to determine that you are a small minded bigot, who doesn't understand the American way of equal rights for everyone, even if you don't like them. You obviously have a lot to learn.
newanarchy

Fort Worth, TX

#22 Jul 19, 2008
Kerdy 1 wrote:
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Nope, but if that makes you feel better, knock yourself out with it.
Obviously, a whole lot to learn.

Since: Jan 08

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#23 Jul 19, 2008
newanarchy wrote:
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Democracy means one man, one vote, and that's not how it works here. Maybe you need to learn how our government works, because you seem clueless.
Ok, for all the slow people here who just dont get it. One man, one vote does work here. How you ask. Well, do we not vote on Congressman and Senators and Governors? Mayors, City counselman all who push what we want in an upward fashion? So, by electing the people we want into office, we do indeed make every vote count. Each of these offices are done by individual votes. Do not confuse the electorial process of the office of the President with the rest of the voting process. Its all wrong and should be changed.

Since: Jan 08

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#24 Jul 19, 2008
newanarchy wrote:
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Not at all, I was using my logic and reason to determine that you are a small minded bigot, who doesn't understand the American way of equal rights for everyone, even if you don't like them. You obviously have a lot to learn.
"Kerdy 1 wrote:
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I hope you realize how ugly it is when you allow your emotions to dictate your actions instead of your logic and reason. This is what happened when you wrote this."

You may not realize it, but you certainly demonstrate it wonderfully.

Its obvious you ignore logic and reason and allow your emotions to rule you and your thought process. Its here in black and white for all to see, and they do see it.

“The Buybull is innerrrent.”

Since: Jun 08

Wilmington, DE

#25 Jul 19, 2008
Kerdy 1 wrote:
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"Kerdy 1 wrote:
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Its obvious you ignore logic and reason and allow your emotions to rule you and your thought process.
And how many days did it take for the earth to be created, Blanche? Logic!
newanarchy

Fort Worth, TX

#26 Jul 19, 2008
Kerdy 1 wrote:
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Ok, for all the slow people here who just dont get it. One man, one vote does work here. How you ask. Well, do we not vote on Congressman and Senators and Governors? Mayors, City counselman all who push what we want in an upward fashion? So, by electing the people we want into office, we do indeed make every vote count. Each of these offices are done by individual votes. Do not confuse the electorial process of the office of the President with the rest of the voting process. Its all wrong and should be changed.
Again, in all these cases you vote for a representative, which is not a true democracy. It's funny, you understand how it works, just not what it's called. I hope you're one of the "slow" ones who finally gets it.

Since: Jan 08

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#27 Jul 19, 2008
writewingproxycontin wrote:
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And how many days did it take for the earth to be created, Blanche? Logic!
Scripture says 6, however, it also says that time is different for God so it could have taken 6 thousand years or 6 seconds. I dont know. Time didnt even exist until God created it. There is a reason we arent allowed to learn everything. If we knew everything, there would be no need for faith. Also, who is to say that Adam and Eve didnt live in the Garden of Eden for 1 million years before they were cast out. I dont have all the answers, just the most important ones. The timeline of importance starts with Adam and Eve being cast out of Eden. The whole 70 weeks of Daniel and such.

Since: Jan 08

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#28 Jul 19, 2008
newanarchy wrote:
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Again, in all these cases you vote for a representative, which is not a true democracy.
Its still a democracy, even if not in its truest form. You are arguing over very small points that do not affect the whole of the issue.
newanarchy

Fort Worth, TX

#29 Jul 19, 2008
Kerdy 1 wrote:
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"Kerdy 1 wrote:
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I hope you realize how ugly it is when you allow your emotions to dictate your actions instead of your logic and reason. This is what happened when you wrote this."
You may not realize it, but you certainly demonstrate it wonderfully.
Its obvious you ignore logic and reason and allow your emotions to rule you and your thought process. Its here in black and white for all to see, and they do see it.
Logic and reason dictate equal rights for all, double talk your way out of that. Your becoming a running joke here, maybe you should move on to something you might understand, like a first grade government class.
newanarchy

Fort Worth, TX

#30 Jul 19, 2008
Kerdy 1 wrote:
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Scripture says 6, however, it also says that time is different for God so it could have taken 6 thousand years or 6 seconds. I dont know. Time didnt even exist until God created it. There is a reason we arent allowed to learn everything. If we knew everything, there would be no need for faith. Also, who is to say that Adam and Eve didnt live in the Garden of Eden for 1 million years before they were cast out. I dont have all the answers, just the most important ones. The timeline of importance starts with Adam and Eve being cast out of Eden. The whole 70 weeks of Daniel and such.
Sorry, you are not allowed to use fiction to prove a point. Let's stick with facts. Funny, you're trying to lecture me on logic and reason and then you start spouting fairy tales.
newanarchy

Fort Worth, TX

#31 Jul 19, 2008
Kerdy 1 wrote:
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Its still a democracy, even if not in its truest form. You are arguing over very small points that do not affect the whole of the issue.
The point is you are wrong about this, much like everything else you've posted.

Since: May 07

<<<<--the right to bare

#32 Jul 19, 2008
It isn't just fundys that will be voting against it. Feel free to do as you like in the privacy of your own home, but don't come asking for the definition of marriage to be rewritten for you. It isn't going to happen

Since: May 07

<<<<--the right to bare

#33 Jul 19, 2008
newanarchy wrote:
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Sorry, you are not allowed to use fiction to prove a point. Let's stick with facts. Funny, you're trying to lecture me on logic and reason and then you start spouting fairy tales.
I'm fine with that. ;)

The people of this country are not ready to accept people who could never procreate as married. Sorry, the traditional and accepted
reason for marriage was for children, not economic benefits homosexuals seek. Sorry, we don't want our children exposed to this in public and will most likely never condone it no matter how much you whine.
newanarchy

Fort Worth, TX

#34 Jul 19, 2008
Gods warrior wrote:
It isn't just fundys that will be voting against it. Feel free to do as you like in the privacy of your own home, but don't come asking for the definition of marriage to be rewritten for you. It isn't going to happen
Eventually it will be, just like it is in many parts of the world.
newanarchy

Fort Worth, TX

#35 Jul 19, 2008
Gods warrior wrote:
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I'm fine with that. ;)
The people of this country are not ready to accept people who could never procreate as married. Sorry, the traditional and accepted
reason for marriage was for children, not economic benefits homosexuals seek. Sorry, we don't want our children exposed to this in public and will most likely never condone it no matter how much you whine.
Change is in the wind, and guess what, eventually your side of hatred and bigotry will lose to the people who believe in equal rights, which is the American way.
newanarchy

Fort Worth, TX

#36 Jul 19, 2008
I'm still waiting for one person, and believe me I've asked this question many times, one person to explain to me how gay marriage affects their straight marriage. If gays marry, do I somehow love my wife any less? Does it somehow make my marriage any less viable? Is my marriage not as good today as it was before gay marriage was allowed in Cal.? I'm waiting for someone to explain it to me with logic and reason.

Since: Jan 08

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#37 Jul 19, 2008
newanarchy wrote:
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Logic and reason dictate equal rights for all, double talk your way out of that.
Use logic and reason to answer this. You have two people who have extrememly valid points to support their cause, which is the exact opposite of the others cause. Both make solid arguements for equality, but only one will get what they are asking for. Which one will it be? You see, you cant give everyone what they think they are entitled to without stepping on someone elses rights and equality at some point in the journey. So, which one gets what they want?

Since: Jan 08

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#38 Jul 19, 2008
newanarchy wrote:
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Sorry, you are not allowed to use fiction to prove a point. Let's stick with facts. Funny, you're trying to lecture me on logic and reason and then you start spouting fairy tales.
Someone asked a specific questions. Please try to keep up.
Tammy

Altoona, PA

#39 Jul 19, 2008
We should of never started it in the first place.No gay marriages,no gays should be able to hold hands, kiss or hug in public either.Just maybe we can ban that to!!HEY!!

“Maiden of Mayhem”

Since: May 08

OMFUG

#40 Jul 19, 2008
Tammy wrote:
We should of never started it in the first place.No gay marriages,no gays should be able to hold hands, kiss or hug in public either.Just maybe we can ban that to!!HEY!!
2 men (or women) can't touch each other in public, this is how you want your world to be?

How 1984 of you.

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