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Duke for Mayor

United States

#486 Mar 16, 2014
Put the glue down, and lets look at this in context, panty boy. Remember, this all started as a discussion about the cake bakers refusing to bake cakes for same sex couples.
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
I suggested earlier that tax incentives be eliminated, as I support a flat tax for all.
I also agree with the removal of no-fault divorce; when a contract is breached, parties are at fault and any settlement should reflect such determination.
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
So...you agree that marriage is not merely a religious construct?
Do you see the problem with that?
woof
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
Government has injected itself into the equation for its own purposes.
That's what happens when lawyers get involved.
But that acknowledgment does not alter the definition of marriage as a union between one man and one woman.
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
You've been trapped by your own words Tippy.
You've acknowledged that marriage is a contract. Just who do think one turns to when a contract is violated?
Have a nice night.
woof
Take a close look at what I wrote.

Then ask yourself why you didn't notice what I wrote before you jumped to your mistaken conclusions involving mutual exclusion.

woof
Duke for Mayor

United States

#487 Mar 16, 2014
See the phrase "not merely a religious construct" Panty Boy?

What do you suppose I meant by that?

woof
d pantz

United States

#488 Mar 16, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
Or how about this:
I say to you "I believe that water is partially hydrogen".
Would you take that to mean that I believe that water contains no oxygen?
woof
only someone replies "a water molecule is also 2 atoms oxygen" then you reply would be"water is hydrogen. You and pencil head can't seem to wrap your brains around that without muddying up what I said ." If we are making a comparison to this thread.
d pantz

United States

#489 Mar 16, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
See the phrase "not merely a religious construct" Panty Boy?
What do you suppose I meant by that?
woof
you said nothing of the sort.
Duke for Mayor |

"I said marriage is a contract.

That apparently is a very difficult concept for you and pencil head to wrap your brains around without muddying up what I said.

woof"
d pantz

United States

#490 Mar 16, 2014
d pantz | Tuesday Mar 11 Duke for Mayor wrote: <quoted text> No. Isaid marriage is a contract. That apparently is a very difficult concept for you and pencil head to wrap your brains around without muddying up what I said. woof
d pantz wrote:
you weren't trying to argue that it wasn't a license? Why not just call it both since that's what it is? Was going back and forth with a "Pencil Sharpener" more important to your social life?Actually its way more than that to people with successful marriages. Report this post

Duke for Mayor | Tuesday Mar 11 dpantz wrote: <quoted text> you weren't trying to argue that it wasn't alicense? Why not just call it bothsince that's what it is? Was going back and forth with a "Pencil Sharpener" more important to your social life?Actually its way more than that to people with successful marriages."
Duke wrote:
"Good God...I feel like I am speaking with Bubbles' little ventriloquist doll Conky on the "Trailer Park Boys.

I didn't say a "marriage" is a "marriage license" because it isn't.

woof "
from page 18 on the mobile site of this thread.
d pantz

United States

#491 Mar 16, 2014
See yhe words "it means a lot more" and "both"?

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#492 Mar 16, 2014
d pantz wrote:
<quoted text> only if it was before the year 1994.
(3) Common law marriages that satisfy all of the following remain valid on and after October 10, 1991:

(a) They came into existence prior to October 10, 1991, or come into existence on or after that date, in another state or nation that recognizes the validity of common law marriages in accordance with all relevant aspects of the law of that state or nation.

http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3105.12

Nine (or ten, Oklahoma is in dispute) states and DC still allow common law marriages to "come into existence".

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common-law_marri...
d pantz

United States

#493 Mar 16, 2014
TonyD2 wrote:
<quoted text>
(3) Common law marriages that satisfy all of the following remain valid on and after October 10, 1991:
(a) They came into existence prior to October 10, 1991, or come into existence on or after that date, in another state or nation that recognizes the validity of common law marriages in accordance with all relevant aspects of the law of that state or nation.
http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3105.12
Nine (or ten, Oklahoma is in dispute) states and DC still allow common law marriages to "come into existence".
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common-law_marri...
nice post

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#494 Mar 16, 2014
d pantz wrote:
<quoted text> only someone replies "a water molecule is also 2 atoms oxygen" then you reply would be"water is hydrogen.
No. That would be hydrogen peroxide. Look it up.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#495 Mar 16, 2014
d pantz wrote:
Especially when if you get a divorce, they go by the stipulations in the license and not the verbal contract. Unless there is another type of contract involved.
Have you ever seen a marriage license? How about you point out the stipulations in this document?

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohwarren/ma...
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#496 Mar 16, 2014
d pantz wrote:
<quoted text>.I think a marriage license is a license given to people who marry who meet the qualifications to obtain it. It does not give you permission to contract, it simply validates the status of the marriage to "licensed", thus holding the parties involved to the stipulations of the license (not the vows, they could care less).you're not helping anyone because I've already told you 5 times that I never said the license was a contract because I never defined marriage as a "contract". Its more than that to many people like religious people who believe its a holy covenant and ssm couples who want an equal marriage to a licensed one. Duke was the one insisting that marriage is defined as a contract, so waste your time with him. You keep implying that I define a license as a contract or a marriage as a license. All I have said is a marriage license has some of the same elements as a contractual agreement, and is defined as more than just a contract. Union comes to mind. You're not clever you're confused.
Do you live on your own or do you have a guardian?
d pantz

Akron, OH

#497 Mar 16, 2014
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
<quoted text>
No. That would be hydrogen peroxide. Look it up.
you're right. You're ashhole finally stopped talking long enough for you to take a chit?
d pantz

Akron, OH

#498 Mar 16, 2014
Sorry the 1 is right next two the 2 on my keyboard, kiddy. Twas a typo.
d pantz

Akron, OH

#499 Mar 16, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>
Have you ever seen a marriage license? How about you point out the stipulations in this document?
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohwarren/ma...
here are some for you. Enjoy. http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3105
http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3101
d pantz

Akron, OH

#500 Mar 16, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you live on your own or do you have a guardian?
if you're sayn people without a marriage license(in Ohio) are subject to these laws, I disagree.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#501 Mar 16, 2014
d pantz wrote:
Sorry the 1 is right next two the 2 on my keyboard, kiddy. Twas a typo.
Then why didn't you write that "water has 2 atom of oxygen" instead of "water has 2 atomS of oxygen"?
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#502 Mar 16, 2014
d pantz wrote:
<quoted text> here are some for you. Enjoy. http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3105
http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3101
Yeah, those are statutes. Those aren't "stipulations in a marriage license."
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#503 Mar 16, 2014
d pantz wrote:
<quoted text> if you're sayn people without a marriage license(in Ohio) are subject to these laws, I disagree.
I was saying that you don't seem like you have the mental capacity to handle your own affairs.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#504 Mar 16, 2014
d pantz wrote:
<quoted text> if you're sayn people without a marriage license(in Ohio) are subject to these laws, I disagree.
When a common law marriage dissolves in Ohio, the same laws apply (division of property, etc.). Some states' rules are different, and may be more advantageous to one party or the other, which is why some people will establish residence in another jurisdiction prior to filing for divorce in that other jurisdiction, and the conditions are enforced according to the new jurisdiction's rules. In that respect it's not like a "normal" contract at all.

“Sombrero Galaxy”

Since: Jan 10

I'm An Illegal Alien

#505 Mar 17, 2014
-The-Artist- wrote:
<quoted text>
Typical leftwing anti-white racism and anti-Christianity quoted above.
Cluck in your arrogance for now leftist, the toll will be paid soon
Typical conservative sprouting bullshyt without providing substance.

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