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Is 2014 the year for gay marriage in Ohio?

There are 1159 comments on the The Marion Star story from Mar 1, 2014, titled Is 2014 the year for gay marriage in Ohio?. In it, The Marion Star reports that:

Robert Johnson-Keeton grew up in a religious community just outside Chillicothe.

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Pappy

Mason, OH

#462 Mar 19, 2014
Gnu Guy wrote:
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How does that affect you?
I don't believe you're right but maybe you can tell us why you're so afraid.
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You may not be aware of this but the failure rate of marriage between a man and woman has skyrocketed due to the destruction of the sanctity of marriage cause by the heterosexual couple.
Our side has fcuked it all up and our kids don't even care if they get married. Why bother? It's just gonna end in divorce anyway.
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The spread of AIDS/HIV has more to do with promiscuity than marriage.
If two people are clean of HIV and they're in a monogamous relationship, they will never contract HIV unless they also do drugs intravenously or have a bad blood transfusion, which has pretty much been eliminated.
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Imagine if all men (and women) were created equal and had the same rights and privileges...
Here's the same answer I sent to TonyD:

When straight couples cease to get a marriage license, thus refusing public support, it has an bad effect on child raising. The public benefits of inheritance, medical insurance, life insurance, child care, and tax benefits are lost to straight people with children that refuse to associate with queered marriage.

Queers are provably elective abortion advocates, and their first priority is not child raising.

Marriage is supposed to promote child raising, not necessarily faithfulness. Show your verifiable evidence that a marriage license promotes faithfulness amongst queers. Good luck.

You have at least admitted that a marriage license is a privilege rather than a civil right, which many queers will not admit. Queers pro-actively lobbied to introduce elective abortion, sodomy, and pornography as nationally protected civil rights. On a national scale, queers used judicial activism to reduce to nothing the minimum requirments for acquiring a marriage license. All of their lobbying activities were aimed at destroying traditional marriage.

What you can't admit is that sodomy is the primary vector for HIV/AIDS and STD transmission in the US. CDC data proves this idea to be true. Sodomy is a normal and frequent activity of queers.

Fedgov AIDS hysteria is biased government involved disease control, where the power of the queer lobby has made HIV/AIDS control and treatment a priority over more serious diseases of straight people.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#463 Mar 19, 2014
TonyD2 wrote:
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The government taxes marrieds differently than singles whether they have children or not.
and
You are given an exemption for children, whether you are married or not.
The two are completely disconnected. You failed.
you failed to recognize government involved with marriage by taxation, or involvement period.

my point.

remove government completely from marriage, and institute a flat tax utilizing exact same logic you are using for marriage to makes things equal.

by those standards I am in complete agreement with you because it is completely fair, and not biased.

at that point marriages are marriages, and taxes are exactly equal between man, woman, or alien.

otherwise it will be in court forever till fair is truly fair.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#464 Mar 19, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Where is the suport for multiple wives?
liqueur companies support that, and so does legal big pot.

and if you have the money.....then punish yourself I guess.
Mona Little

Cummington, MA

#465 Mar 19, 2014
Xavier Breath wrote:
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...and marriage was around a long time BEFORE your silly church.
Was that before or after your silly synagogue?
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#466 Mar 19, 2014
TonyD2 wrote:
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It's not an extra right. You would have it too.
true.....but it is of no interest to me.

I however also have no interest in you not achieving your dream.

all men are created equal.

so starting now we can marry whomever, and are Taxed exactly the same amount annually.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#467 Mar 19, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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What possible relevance does the law prior to the existence of the US and Ohio have to do with this discussion?
just because a pinhead lawyer says so, does not mean it must be followed.

Ohio law prohibits same sex marriage, and the US constitution has not a single word regarding it.

what was your interruption for you petulant child?
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#468 Mar 19, 2014
TonyD2 wrote:
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Nope, he doesn't want any right that you will not also have.
I want the right to pay the exact same amount in taxes as Che.

And everyone else to.
WOW

Bloomington, IN

#469 Mar 19, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>will you live long enough to see 30 is the real question.

Nobody needs to do shut, because you are doing it for them.

I suggest you wake up and try living longer.

However if 22 is as far as you want to travel, then plenty will agree with you.
I'm going to live for ever bitch you see everyone of y'all thank your so much better them someone I thank not so back up ho no one care's about what you thank about gays I'm HIV - thank you so get a life you mom has HIV
Mona Little

Pittsfield, MA

#471 Mar 19, 2014
Xavier Breath wrote:
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Wack-a-doodle-do.
Can't prove me wrong again, eh stinky? These people led us all on a string that THEY were the "Chosen people" but dna seems to have proven this to be wrong. Isn't that right? Why do you have such a big problem with facts stinky?
So it is you who is the Wack-a-doodle-do. Your own religion is more fk'ed up than anyone elses because you "Hijacked" it and sold it to the world. Sound about right? Yeah......that's about right.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#473 Mar 19, 2014
Traditional Family Man wrote:
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Still an extra right, no matter who has it. But it's only a right they benefits gays. A special right.
Just like the current right only benefits non-gays.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#474 Mar 19, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Where is the suport for multiple wives?
And multiple husbands (wouldn't want to be sexist). I support that too. Anything between consenting adults that does not harm anyone or violate their superior rights.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#475 Mar 19, 2014
Pappy wrote:
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Here's the same answer I sent to TonyD:
When straight couples cease to get a marriage license, thus refusing public support, it has an bad effect on child raising.
So if you CHOOSE not to get a marriage license, it's someone else's fault that it affects the children. That's rich!

No wonder you're losing.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#476 Mar 19, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
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you failed to recognize government involved with marriage by taxation, or involvement period.
my point.
remove government completely from marriage, and institute a flat tax utilizing exact same logic you are using for marriage to makes things equal.
by those standards I am in complete agreement with you because it is completely fair, and not biased.
at that point marriages are marriages, and taxes are exactly equal between man, woman, or alien.
otherwise it will be in court forever till fair is truly fair.
Agree with the tax structure, but don't see what it has to do with gays marrying.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#477 Mar 19, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
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true.....but it is of no interest to me.
Just as straight marriage is of no interest to gays.
I however also have no interest in you not achieving your dream.
all men are created equal.
That's all I've been saying. It's a liberty issue.
so starting now we can marry whomever, and are Taxed exactly the same amount annually.
Yep. Equal rights come with equal responsibilities. Marriage doesn't change that.
Pappy

Mason, OH

#478 Mar 19, 2014
Gnu Guy wrote:
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In other words, you chose not to address my comment.
The only serious comment you made is the unsubstantiated claim that promiscuity is the primary cause of disease transmission.

Your claim is wrong; sodomy activity itself is the primary cause of transmission and disease incubation. Sodomy is inherently dangerous to health. Sodomy itself causes the evolution of new diseases that are resistant to antibiotics and vaccines. Promiscuity only makes disease evolution accelerate over time.

There is no evidence that a marriage license will reduce queer promiscuity. Queers desire a marriage license primarily for the monetary, medical, and inheritance benefits, not to reduce their promiscuity.

Queer sodomy promiscuity makes it worse for other diversity people as queers exploit and sodomize naive women and recreational drug users. The proliferation of HIV and STD is overwhelmingly due to queers sodomizing other diversity people, in particular women and drug addicts. The nefarious activities of queer dentist David Acer brought this fact to light:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kimberly_Bergali...

Here is a typical naive woman with HIV:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-258...

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#479 Mar 19, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
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I want the right to pay the exact same amount in taxes as Che.
And everyone else to.
There are two types of government services. Those that can be metered as to who uses how much, and those that benefit all more-or-less equally.

In theory those that can be metered should be, and billed to each user in proportion to their use. Those that cannot be metered should be billed equally to all residents. Notice I did not say citizens.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#480 Mar 19, 2014
WOW wrote:
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I'm going to live for ever bitch you see everyone of y'all thank your so much better them someone I thank not so back up ho no one care's about what you thank about gays I'm HIV - thank you so get a life you mom has HIV
English please.

no speakla whateva u typed.
Pappy

Mason, OH

#481 Mar 19, 2014
TonyD2 wrote:
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So if you CHOOSE not to get a marriage license, it's someone else's fault that it affects the children. That's rich!
No wonder you're losing.
Public resources are limited, and queers love to suck on limited public resources, the same as all diversity people.

If queers were to acquire a domestic partnership license instead of a marriage license, there would be no public support for domestic partnerships, at least nothing of substance.

The public has no legitimate interest in supporting queer hedonism. Queers are generally richer on average than the average american, and generally don't need the benefits of a marriage license. Their desire for a marriage license privilege is just greed and arrogance.

Women are the majority supporters of queer marriage, because they are very suceptable to queer appeals-to-emotion and word games.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#482 Mar 19, 2014
TonyD2 wrote:
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Agree with the tax structure, but don't see what it has to do with gays marrying.
you want a right, and I want a right.

agree?

we are taxed differently, and told whom to marry. Why is someone discriminated against for whom they love, or how much income tax they pay?

so to achieve a goal of equal treatment, then it has to be inclusive.

so in lieu of inner bickering, why not solve the issue by joining other citizen's in a united fashion to equally apply the law to everyone including politicians and school administrators and everyone else even if drunk.

being fair one way without the other is hypocritical.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#483 Mar 19, 2014
TonyD2 wrote:
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There are two types of government services. Those that can be metered as to who uses how much, and those that benefit all more-or-less equally.
In theory those that can be metered should be, and billed to each user in proportion to their use. Those that cannot be metered should be billed equally to all residents. Notice I did not say citizens.
my electric is metered.......my paying equal to every other citizen is a right.

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