Indianapolis leaders take stand against gay marriage ban

Nov 11, 2013 Full story: The Indianapolis Star 120

Indianapolis city leaders tonight will officially add their voices to the debate over Indiana's proposed same-sex marriage ban.

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#41 Nov 13, 2013
DNF wrote:
<quoted text>Because 1+1 does not equal 3 or greater.
DUH!
Good lord SSM has been around for over 30 years now in some places and polygamy is still where it was BEFORE SSM came along.
You want the law changed fine. Go for it. But it's wrong to bog down my rights because you can't be happy with some abstract moral dilemma.
SSM equates to "traditional marriage" in a way polygamy can't.
In binary it does.

<evil chuckle>

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#42 Nov 13, 2013
So straight and gay couples have special rights then. Because if one or two groups only have the right to marry then if you want to marry two, you are being discriminated against. Lets have a even playing field all the way around.(Notice how how they don't mind discriminating as long as it is not them?)
WasteWater wrote:
<quoted text>
Gays can get legally married in a state where it is recognized. Univeral legal recognition is just around the corner. Polygamy has nothing to do with it. Once SSM is universally recognized, the argument against repeal of the Morrill Act will actually be stronger due to immigration concerns. The slippery slope fallacy becomes more idiotic.

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#43 Nov 13, 2013
How many can I afford? You think I was born yesterday. I would not marry any of them if they did not have a good paying profession. It is can they afford me.
Rainbow Kid wrote:
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How many wives can you afford?
.
Solomon in the Bible had 700 wives and 300 lesbians
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1,000 women all married to each other is the biggest gay marriage in the entire Bible
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Solomon would need 25 Greyhound Buses just to carry all 1,000 wives dildo shopping at Victoria's Secret

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#44 Nov 13, 2013
DavidM wrote:
How many can I afford? You think I was born yesterday. I would not marry any of them if they did not have a good paying profession. It is can they afford me.
<quoted text>
That's funny David, that is just about what I said...I have a good paying job, but phooey I am not marrying and paying their bills....
Call of the Wild

Anderson, IN

#45 Nov 13, 2013
DavidM wrote:
How many can I afford? You think I was born yesterday. I would not marry any of them if they did not have a good paying profession. It is can they afford me.
<quoted text>
The only women interested romantically in someone like you would be a woman with very limited options.

Smart women would not want to rub flesh with the likes of you. They would be afraid of your stupidity rubbing off on them. With so many options out there,who needs an old curmudgeon past his prime slobbering all over their body?

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#46 Nov 13, 2013
snyper wrote:
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It's not that I agree or disagree, it's just that this thread isn't about polygamy, polyandry, or plural marriage.
Of course not. People need to rethink the slippery slope if they haven't already done so. The bottom line is nobody will repeal the Morrill Act or over-rule it in the courts. Simply won't happen.

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#47 Nov 13, 2013
DavidM wrote:
So straight and gay couples have special rights then. Because if one or two groups only have the right to marry then if you want to marry two, you are being discriminated against. Lets have a even playing field all the way around.(Notice how how they don't mind discriminating as long as it is not them?)
<quoted text>
Nope. Nobody is going to repeal the Morrill Act so basically, you just made a pointless post.

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#48 Nov 13, 2013
Only a few years ago, that is what they said about the marriage act, one man, one woman.
WasteWater wrote:
<quoted text>
Nope. Nobody is going to repeal the Morrill Act so basically, you just made a pointless post.
Real Truth

Anderson, IN

#49 Nov 13, 2013
DavidM wrote:
Only a few years ago, that is what they said about the marriage act, one man, one woman.
<quoted text>
You're onto something. Your GF should be arrested and charged with bestiality. Come to think of it,according to the bible,you're living in sin.

You should practice what your preach.
Real Truth

Anderson, IN

#50 Nov 13, 2013
DavidM wrote:
Only a few years ago, that is what they said about the marriage act, one man, one woman.
<quoted text>
Marriage seems very important to you. If that is the case,why don't you marry your girlfriend? Or is she not good enough?

As they say in the hinterlands,why buy the cow when you're getting the milk for free.

“Down To Earth”

Since: Apr 07

Indianapolis

#51 Nov 13, 2013
DavidM wrote:
So straight and gay couples have special rights then. Because if one or two groups only have the right to marry then if you want to marry two, you are being discriminated against. Lets have a even playing field all the way around.(Notice how how they don't mind discriminating as long as it is not them?)
<quoted text>
Dance, dance, dance all you want. You can't twist it to fit your contorted argument.

Every one person, irrespective of their gender, has the same right as every other person to marry one person of their choosing, irrespective of their gender.

There is no longer gender discrimination and the rights are precisely the same for everyone. You can't fit polygamy into that anywhere. It is a different fight which people have a right to fight, but it is wholly unrelated to marriage equality.

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#52 Nov 13, 2013
DavidM wrote:
Only a few years ago, that is what they said about the marriage act, one man, one woman.
<quoted text>
That's just another variant of the "Slippery Slope" fallacy.

An imagined possibility does not trump a demonstrated reality.
Ralph

Indianapolis, IN

#53 Nov 14, 2013
I want some flesh. I dont care if it is a so called woman or man. It all feels the same when is it dead stinking and rotting meat.

Have cash. Leave phone number.

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#54 Nov 14, 2013
When did they repeal Indiana law that says one man-one woman?
IndyStevie wrote:
<quoted text>
Dance, dance, dance all you want. You can't twist it to fit your contorted argument.
Every one person, irrespective of their gender, has the same right as every other person to marry one person of their choosing, irrespective of their gender.
There is no longer gender discrimination and the rights are precisely the same for everyone. You can't fit polygamy into that anywhere. It is a different fight which people have a right to fight, but it is wholly unrelated to marriage equality.

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#55 Nov 14, 2013
Wrong again. It is not a sin to live together. It is a sin if you have sex. You don't know much about my operation so I understand.
Real Truth wrote:
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You're onto something. Your GF should be arrested and charged with bestiality. Come to think of it,according to the bible,you're living in sin.
You should practice what your preach.

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#56 Nov 14, 2013
DavidM wrote:
When did they repeal Indiana law that says one man-one woman? <quoted text>
Not yet, but soon ... soon.

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#57 Nov 14, 2013
DavidM wrote:
Wrong again. It is not a sin to live together. It is a sin if you have sex. You don't know much about my operation so I understand.
<quoted text>
"Sin"?

Not my club. Not my rules.

DNF

“Religious Freedom to Marry”

Since: Apr 07

Newark OH / Baltimore MD

#58 Nov 14, 2013
DavidM wrote:
When did they repeal Indiana law that says one man-one woman? <quoted text>
You mean that law they passed back in the 90's that makes it possible to arrest a minister in Indiana for practicing his faith? Jail him for 3 months and fine him (or her)$1000?

And how come all you holy rollers are OK with the government going into a church and arresting it's pastor simply because that Church practices the Golden Rule better than you do?
The Sanctity

Anderson, IN

#59 Nov 14, 2013
DavidM wrote:
Wrong again. It is not a sin to live together. It is a sin if you have sex. You don't know much about my operation so I understand.
<quoted text>
Granted,since the operation. But what about before? For someone that cares so much about marriage,you seem to take the cowardly way out when it comes to your relationship. Frankly,it appears you're using this woman's good intentions to care for you.

If marriage is such an important subject to you,why are you avoiding it? Too much responsibility?

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#60 Nov 14, 2013
DavidM wrote:
Only a few years ago, that is what they said about the marriage act, one man, one woman.
<quoted text>
Morrill Act.

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