Amendment on the Way? Anti-Gay Lawmaker Takes Fresh Aim at Same Sex Families

Jun 28, 2013 Full story: EDGE 133

Conservatives may have lost a fight, but they don't think the battle over marriage is done.

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“TAKIA AND TA TONKA”

Since: Aug 08

HAPPY TOGETHER!!!

#142 Jul 2, 2013
The Troll Stopper wrote:
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Damn girl, what do you think a confession is?? She's already admitted it. Yeah they'll have a trial, but the outcome is inevitable.
A confession given through an illegal wire tap is NOT going to stand up in Court.......or are you not smart enough to realize that........remember that all her lawyer's have to do is cause reasonable doubt and out goes the supposed confession!!!

Sorry, but the outcome is HARDLY a slam dunk!!!

Don't you watch any court shows on tv?
The Troll Stopper

Brooklyn, NY

#143 Jul 2, 2013
NorCal Native wrote:
<quoted text>A confession given through an illegal wire tap is NOT going to stand up in Court.......or are you not smart enough to realize that........remember that all her lawyer's have to do is cause reasonable doubt and out goes the supposed confession!!!

Sorry, but the outcome is HARDLY a slam dunk!!!

Don't you watch any court shows on tv?
You stupid dyke, you're still defending her. You lying piece of garbage. You should at least have the guts to admit it.

“Equality First”

Since: Jan 09

St. Louis, MO

#144 Jul 2, 2013
The Troll Stopper wrote:
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Sounds to me like you are in favor of adults having sex with underage kids. You should be on my list.
Oh, gee, he wants to put me on a list of people he doesn't like. Actually, that's a compliment. In the future maybe you should ask questions that are reasonable and well thought out.

Since: Mar 07

Hanover, VA

#145 Jul 2, 2013
The Troll Stopper wrote:
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SIMPLE - Do you think it's OK for a legal adult, 18 yrs old or older, to have sex with underage kids, especially 14 yrs and younger. No matter what, they are still kids, not physically or mentally mature enough to make decisions that could possibly affect the rest of their life.
Simple answer. NO.

“Waytogo”

Since: Oct 09

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#146 Jul 2, 2013
What is wrong with the GOP????????

Come on no way a ban that is UNCONSTITUTIONAL can be made Constitutional law...These TRAITOR GOp slime need to move to Iran if they want religious control.

Since: Mar 07

Hanover, VA

#147 Jul 2, 2013
The Troll Stopper wrote:
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It's already come out. She's guilty. It's just a matter of what she gets for her trouble. You did defend her. Anyone who cares to, can look up the thread a see for themselves.
Actually, under our system of law, she is not guilty until proven so. Granted, it certainly looks that way, but every person is entitled to due process.

Since: Mar 07

Hanover, VA

#148 Jul 2, 2013
The Troll Stopper wrote:
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You stupid dyke, you're still defending her. You lying piece of garbage. You should at least have the guts to admit it.
My question to you is what does this case have to do with marriage? Similar scenarios play out a thousand times a year, some resulting in no penalty at all, some resulting in unwanted pregnancies and the like, and some resulting in jail a a ride to the sex offender list.

What do ANY of those cases have to do with legal ,marriage - the topic of this thread?
The Troll Stopper

Brooklyn, NY

#149 Jul 2, 2013
ToManyLaws wrote:
What is wrong with the GOP????????

Come on no way a ban that is UNCONSTITUTIONAL can be made Constitutional law...These TRAITOR GOp slime need to move to Iran if they want religious control.
Still riding your little trikes??

“Waytogo”

Since: Oct 09

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#150 Jul 2, 2013
The Troll Stopper wrote:
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Still riding your little trikes??
I am still selling high end bikes and fitness equipment. Now how about being an adult and stop personal attacks and talk about the subject.

DNF

“Judge more and you love less”

Since: Apr 07

Newark OH-Baltimore MD-S.Fla

#151 Jul 2, 2013
Europa Report wrote:
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No, it didn't. That's not the way the procedure works for a U.S. Constitutional Amendment.
Briefly:
1. The Amendment has to be written, debated, and approved by simple majority vote by the House Judiciary Committee's "Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice". If it doesn't pass the subcommittee by a simple majority vote, the amendment is killed and cannot be introduced for another year.
That's what I was saying pinhead.

DNF

“Judge more and you love less”

Since: Apr 07

Newark OH-Baltimore MD-S.Fla

#152 Jul 2, 2013
Europa Report wrote:
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No, it didn't. That's not the way the procedure works for a U.S. Constitutional Amendment.
Briefly:
1. The Amendment has to be written, debated, and approved by simple majority vote by the House Judiciary Committee's "Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice". If it doesn't pass the subcommittee by a simple majority vote, the amendment is killed and cannot be introduced for another year.
2. If approved by the subcommittee, it goes to the Judiciary Committee where it is once again and debated, and voted upon. If it doesn't pass the Judiciary Committee by a simple majority vote, the amendment is killed and cannot be introduced for another year. If approved by a simple majority, it then goes to the full House, where it is once again debated and voted upon.
3. The House must pass the proposed Constitutional Amendment with a minimum 2/3 vote. If it fails to get the approval of at LEAST 2/3 of the House, the amendment is killed and cannot be introduced for another year. If approved by at least 2/3 vote, then it goes to the Senate, where the basic procedure I outlined above, is repeated in the Senate, i.e. subcommittee, committee, Senate.
4. If the Senate approves of the proposed Constitutional Amendment, once again by at least a 2/3 vote, then it is sent to the legislatures of all 50 states.
5. AT LEAST 3/4 of the 99 state legislatures must approve of the proposed Constitutional Amendment by a simple majority vote in each state legislative body.
So it's a long difficult process, as it was designed to be. The last time a U.S. Constitutional Amendment was ratified was in 1992.
I do NOT think that this silly proposed Constitutional Amendment has ANY chance of being approved by at least 2/3 of the Hose and Senate, and being ratified by at least 3/4 of the states. AIN'T GONNA HAPPEN.
But thanks for posting important info for a change.

DNF

“Judge more and you love less”

Since: Apr 07

Newark OH-Baltimore MD-S.Fla

#153 Jul 2, 2013
but i think you meant 50 not 99 state legislatures.(Can you see Russia from your front porch? LOL)

DNF

“Judge more and you love less”

Since: Apr 07

Newark OH-Baltimore MD-S.Fla

#154 Jul 2, 2013
OH wait. Yes I see. It has to pass both the State Representatives AND the State Senates. So YES it IS 99.

Well done. Mea culpa.

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