Lesbian couple in gay marriage case p...

Lesbian couple in gay marriage case prepares for Supreme Court decision

There are 1581 comments on the Fox News story from Mar 24, 2013, titled Lesbian couple in gay marriage case prepares for Supreme Court decision. In it, Fox News reports that:

Big change is coming to the lives of the lesbian couple at the center of the fight for same-sex marriage in California no matter how the Supreme Court decides their case.

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“Extra Extra read all about it”

Since: Mar 13

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#89 Mar 26, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>perhspa you could use twocousinshadsexandthisisthere sult...
we give extra letters for the hadicapped...we're nice that way...
What an imagination you have there my mentally ill sick little friend. Now, you're having incest thoughts? Would I be a bigot if I told you that is not natural too?

Well, it looks like you could of used an extra few letters on "Hadicapped" and reversed a few letters on "Perhaps." You are too smart for me there buddy boy. Yer so stupid ya don't even know how stupid ya are.
Ascendo Tuum

Binbrook, Canada

#90 Mar 26, 2013
LargeLanguage wrote:
<quoted text>
You can't love someone of the same sex. Now look here, if your husband has dead, you should get another husband. And don't go lucking to more for support and confidence on a public forum, because you have no man. Scoot off, runt!
Off topic.... but... I gotta ask.... Do you have dentists in the UK yet??? We have them here in the colonies.(I figured stupidity was the topic of the day so I thought I'd contribute.... you've done more than your fair share.)
LargeLanguage

Chester, UK

#91 Mar 26, 2013
No you are wrote:
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But it's going to take a while. First I'll have to mourn and then date. It's not like I just go to the store and pick out a good man. It could take years and years So back to my question......what do I do with the kids? I mean I don't want to damage them by trying to raise them myself. As you said, kids need a mother and a father. Should I put them into foster care? At least there they will have both a mother and father figure, sure they might get smacked around but as long as they have both a mother and father figure-it's all good, right?
I don't have a better answer, but you have to stick with what you have, since a child cannot be swapped by another mother, a child needs to stay with the parent he is raised in, unless in an abusive home. Life isn't perfect.

But since gays should not be parents at all, and a child in the first place needs both a mother and a father, to keep things in tact, and optimized, gays shouldn't be parents.
LargeLanguage

Chester, UK

#92 Mar 26, 2013
Ascendo Tuum wrote:
<quoted text>
Off topic.... but... I gotta ask.... Do you have dentists in the UK yet??? We have them here in the colonies.(I figured stupidity was the topic of the day so I thought I'd contribute.... you've done more than your fair share.)
You have no right to take over, we all have our places.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#93 Mar 26, 2013
LargeLanguage wrote:
Just because you have a right to be angry, doesn't mean you should mistreat people and put them on a level below how you should treat a person.
Sweetie, I only do unto others what I have no problem whatsoever with them doing unto me. If you consider that to be mistreatment of you on my part, you do remember what I say about other folk's problems don't you?

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#94 Mar 26, 2013
LargeLanguage wrote:
Obviously what I said must have angered you.
If at first you don't succeed, keep on failing, sugar. Your second go round at a response is what it is.

Sweetie, obviously what you said merely gave me the idea to remind you that I don't have to question your manhood,you can't even fake having any.
LargeLanguage

Chester, UK

#95 Mar 26, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>Sweetie, I only do unto others what I have no problem whatsoever with them doing unto me. If you consider that to be mistreatment of you on my part, you do remember what I say about other folk's problems don't you?
Aha, but would you like to be made to feel bad by someone? If not, don't make others feel bad.

You see, their comments may not make you feel bad, but your comments might hurt others. You wouldn't want to be vulnerable yourself and be made to feel bad, so you shouldn't attack others.
LargeLanguage

Chester, UK

#96 Mar 26, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>If at first you don't succeed, keep on failing, sugar. Your second go round at a response is what it is.
Sweetie, obviously what you said merely gave me the idea to remind you that I don't have to question your manhood,you can't even fake having any.
How exactly have I disproved or proved my manhood?
Is your only response going to be, "through your comments"? If so, then I won't bother with you anymore, as you are clearly pointless to talk to.

You probably attack heterosexual men because you hate heterosexual manhood because you are jelious of not being a proper man, and only a gay.

“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

Since: Nov 10

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#97 Mar 26, 2013
Quest wrote:
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Well, first you would need to prove that every man and every woman nurtures chidlren exactly the same way, strictly according to their gender.
Just a simple look into a few families that you might know would challenge that assertion.
And then, for this to be tied to the cases before the SC, you would need to show that allowing/preventing gay couples to parent is any part of these cases.
Hint.
It's not.
To be relevant to the topic at hand, you would need to prove that the 1.5 million kids being raised by gay couples are better off without married parents, and prove that having unmarried parents is a positive thing for the millions upon millions of kids who will be raised by gay couples in the future.
Can you do that?
If not, why bother to argue? You have already lost.
BS.

I need to prove none of those things.

You need to prove that males and females are exactly the same. I don't expect much, since you already claim a duplicated half is the same as the complimentary whole of diverse genders...

Oh, and pride comes before a fall.

Smirk.

“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

Since: Nov 10

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#98 Mar 26, 2013
KiMare wrote:
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Gay twirl BS and a lie. I pointed out no such thing.
Genders nurture in distinct ways, not 'all people'. Hence the term, men are from Mars, women from Venus. Even male and female brains are different. It is impossible for them to do anything of significance the same way. Moreover, even in physical aspects that entail nurture, the capacity and practice is clearly distinct.
At least try employing a couple more ticks to understand this...
Snicker.
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>great, you get your human nature facts from pop-cultire books...
in your first post you said gender roles are not set in stone, now you contradict that...
again, i think you were done when yu proved yourself incorrect the second time..
I said no such thing, you did.

You are suffering from Lymes disease of the brain...

You were saying something about proving someone wrong. Again?

Snicker.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#100 Mar 26, 2013
KiMare wrote:
KiMare wrote:
<quoted text>
Gay twirl BS and a lie. I pointed out no such thing.
Genders nurture in distinct ways, not 'all people'. Hence the term, men are from Mars, women from Venus. Even male and female brains are different. It is impossible for them to do anything of significance the same way. Moreover, even in physical aspects that entail nurture, the capacity and practice is clearly distinct.
At least try employing a couple more ticks to understand this...
Snicker.
<quoted text>
I said no such thing, you did.
You are suffering from Lymes disease of the brain...
You were saying something about proving someone wrong. Again?
Snicker.
again quoting pop psych books as fact? you already lost this argument, don't make it worse on yourself...

maybe next time try quoting a popular song from the billboard charts to try and prove your point...

“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

Since: Nov 10

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#101 Mar 27, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>again quoting pop psych books as fact? you already lost this argument, don't make it worse on yourself...
maybe next time try quoting a popular song from the billboard charts to try and prove your point...
You said, "in your first post you said 'gender roles are not set in stone'".

Those were your specific words, not mine.

Quote the post where I said that.

Idiot.
Nobody

Irving, TX

#102 Mar 27, 2013
Marriage is ONLY between MAN and WOMAN. If two people of the same sex want to live together then call it a contract. You cannot call it same sex marriage, its like calling black ,,white.

Since: Apr 09

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#103 Mar 27, 2013
Nobody wrote:
Marriage is ONLY between MAN and WOMAN. If two people of the same sex want to live together then call it a contract. You cannot call it same sex marriage, its like calling black ,,white.
You're right, it shouldn't be called 'same sex marriage'. And once it is legal, it won't be called that.

It will just be called 'marriage'.

Enjoy!

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#105 Mar 27, 2013
KiMare wrote:
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Of course gender distinctions are not set in stone. There are over 200 distinctions in the spectrum between masculinity and femininity, with GLBT smack in the 4% middle confused about which way to go.
Come again if you can (pun intended).
Snicker.
hows this one Kimare?

you're like a little child that refuses to tell the rtruth a bout a mness he made and has to be led by the nose to confront it directly....

no go to your room for being so freakin' stupid!

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#106 Mar 27, 2013
Nobody wrote:
Marriage is ONLY between MAN and WOMAN. If two people of the same sex want to live together then call it a contract. You cannot call it same sex marriage, its like calling black ,,white.
no you are living in the last century. now the definition of marriage also includes same sex couples, and their marriage certificate is exactly like anyone elses. it doesnt say its a gay marriage, it isn't on pink paper...it is just a marriage certificate.

welcome to the 21st century!
Nobody

Irving, TX

#108 Mar 27, 2013
Just Think wrote:
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You're right, it shouldn't be called 'same sex marriage'. And once it is legal, it won't be called that.
It will just be called 'marriage'.
Enjoy!
I am saying you cannot call it marriage.
Nobody

Irving, TX

#109 Mar 27, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>no you are living in the last century. now the definition of marriage also includes same sex couples, and their marriage certificate is exactly like anyone elses. it doesnt say its a gay marriage, it isn't on pink paper...it is just a marriage certificate.
welcome to the 21st century!
Just get a contract of civil union. It is not a marriage between same sex. Period.

Since: Apr 09

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#110 Mar 27, 2013
Nobody wrote:
<quoted text>I am saying you cannot call it marriage.
The law (in those places where it is legal) disagrees with you.
Nobody

Irving, TX

#111 Mar 27, 2013
Just Think wrote:
<quoted text>
The law (in those places where it is legal) disagrees with you.
OK just remember were "marriage" came from, It came from GOD. Marriage is a HOLY matromony between a man and a women in GODs presence. Marriage is only recognized as male and female. So with that being said then the same sex is a unholy thing.
So just call it a civil union or contract.

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