Hope and fear in gay marriage cases at high court

Dec 9, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Athens Banner-Herald

This Sept. 6, 2011 file photo shows opponents of gay marriage outside a courthouse in San Francisco where the California Supreme Court was hearing arguments on California's ban on same-sex marriage.

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Mona Lott

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How can the SCOTUS agree with codifying discrimination based on nothing but naked animus toward a minority group? How can they possibly justify Prop 8? HOW? And what about the standing question? Does SCOTUS really think that 'Protect Marriage' has standing in this case?...a case the Governor and State Attorney General refused to defend?
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Mona Lott wrote:
How can the SCOTUS agree with codifying discrimination based on nothing but naked animus toward a minority group? How can they possibly justify Prop 8? HOW? And what about the standing question? Does SCOTUS really think that 'Protect Marriage' has standing in this case?...a case the Governor and State Attorney General refused to defend?
translation :"bu bu bu...but....we feel we should have the rights...whats all this ignorant LAW stuff"

Prop 8 and DOMA would only be addressed as if they were the same by a moron...

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Jane Dough wrote:
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translation :"bu bu bu...but....we feel we should have the rights...whats all this ignorant LAW stuff"
Prop 8 and DOMA would only be addressed as if they were the same by a moron...
If a law is irrationally discriminatory, and harmful to you, or your family, of course you will protest it in any legal way. And you will keep fighting it until that law is changed.

Any sane person would.
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Dec 13, 2012
 
The Supreme Court has no right to decide on the definition of marriage.

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Ray wrote:
The Supreme Court has no right to decide on the definition of marriage.
The Supreme Court has no power to define reality.

Marriage was defined a long time ago.

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KiMare wrote:
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The Supreme Court has no power to define reality.
Marriage was defined a long time ago.
Oh, you mean like Biblical marriage? Where a man could rape a woman, and then marry her? Or where a man could justifiably schtup his slave? Or where a man could have multiple wives?

Your "one man, one woman" tirade is loathsome and tiring. Please do us all a favor and answer Jesus' call.

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Marengo Jon wrote:
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Oh, you mean like Biblical marriage? Where a man could rape a woman, and then marry her? Or where a man could justifiably schtup his slave? Or where a man could have multiple wives?
Your "one man, one woman" tirade is loathsome and tiring. Please do us all a favor and answer Jesus' call.
Marriage is a cross cultural constraint on evolutionary mating behavior.

Gay unions are a violent, defective contradiction on fundamental evolutionary principles.

There, no religion.

Smile

Now it's not just religion, but science that's judgmental!
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Jane Dough wrote:
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translation :"bu bu bu...but....we feel we should have the rights...whats all this ignorant LAW stuff"
Prop 8 and DOMA would only be addressed as if they were the same by a moron...
Um.... where do you see DOMA in that post?
God damn, you're such a flake.
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KiMare wrote:
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The Supreme Court has no power to define reality.
Marriage was defined a long time ago.
Things change. If you haven't learned that yet, you have lived for nothing. You're just a scared old man/woman/whatever the fuck you think you are. You feel powerless and bitter. Textbook case.

Since you claim to be a "spiritual person..." do you know the serenity prayer? Perhaps you could benefit from a few years of chanting it.

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change
The courage to change the things I can
And the wisdom to know the difference.

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KiMare wrote:
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The Supreme Court has no power to define reality.
Marriage was defined a long time ago.
Mona Lott wrote:
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Things change. If you haven't learned that yet, you have lived for nothing. You're just a scared old man/woman/whatever the fuck you think you are. You feel powerless and bitter. Textbook case.
Since you claim to be a "spiritual person..." do you know the serenity prayer? Perhaps you could benefit from a few years of chanting it.
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change
The courage to change the things I can
And the wisdom to know the difference.
My whole point honey, marriage is one of those things you cannot change.

:-)

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KiMare wrote:
KiMare wrote:
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The Supreme Court has no power to define reality.
Marriage was defined a long time ago.
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My whole point honey, marriage is one of those things you cannot change.
:-)
Sweet pea, your Alzheimer's is kickin' in again. Marriage HAS changed many, many, many, many times over the years.

The Supreme Court has the right to decide that MY equal rights are being denied. You'll never like it, but I rather enjoy the fact that it'll gnaw at you from the inside like a worm.

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KiMare wrote:
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Marriage was defined a long time ago.
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My whole point honey, marriage is one of those things you cannot change.
:-)
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Sweet pea, your Alzheimer's is kickin' in again. Marriage HAS changed many, many, many, many times over the years.
The Supreme Court has the right to decide that MY equal rights are being denied. You'll never like it, but I rather enjoy the fact that it'll gnaw at you from the inside like a worm.
Muntzinga, Mangina Man
Please, be specific. I'd love to hear 'many, many, many' examples.

Quit trying to take the rights of woman and children jonny. Man up!!!

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KiMare wrote:
KiMare wrote:
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The Supreme Court has no power to define reality.
Marriage was defined a long time ago.
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My whole point honey, marriage is one of those things you cannot change.
:-)
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Please, be specific. I'd love to hear 'many, many, many' examples.
Quit trying to take the rights of woman and children jonny. Man up!!!
Why do you keep perpetuating the lie that marriage is for women and children?

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Aside from validating my comments about evolutionary mating behavior, this new study is an explanation of how and why homosexuality is a genetic defect.

"Different genes are involved in the development of genitals, reproductive organs, body shape, sexual orientation and every other trait where genes shape sexual differentiation. And so epi-marks to these different genes will have different influences on those traits.

Mostly, these kinds of epi-marks should not be passed from parent to offspring. But occasionally some are. And when the epi-marks on genes that effect sexual orientation get passed from father to daughter then some traits that would normally develop in female-specific ways end up more masculinized. Likewise mother-son transmission of epi-marks can result in the feminization of some traits that would normally develop in a more masculinized fashion."

http://theconversation.edu.au/new-ideas-about ...

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KiMare wrote:
Aside from validating my comments about evolutionary mating behavior, this new study is an explanation of how and why homosexuality is a genetic defect.
http://theconversation.edu.au/new-ideas-about ...
Big Smile.
Congrats on finding a study that you think validates your narrow-minded view.

FYI, you really out to learn how to copy a link; that one's dead.

Munzinga, Mangina Man.

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Marengo Jon wrote:
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Congrats on finding a study that you think validates your narrow-minded view.
FYI, you really out to learn how to copy a link; that one's dead.
Munzinga, Mangina Man.
http://theconversation.edu.au/new-ideas-about...
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Dec 16, 2012
 
If you think our country looks wierd now, just
wait in abt. 15 to 20 yrs. Oh, yea, we will
be the laughting stock of the world, most don't
take us serious now, wonder why?? Oh, just give
it a little thought. Nothing new under the sun,
its happened before, We just choose to forget and
now it will be repeated. We alway think we are smarter, when we are not. Its not hard work to
become dumb, no matter how hard some want us to
believe they aren't....Laughtable no, just dumb

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Marengo Jon wrote:
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Kind of ironic coming in the midst of your insult...
Mona Lott

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KiMare wrote:
KiMare wrote:
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The Supreme Court has no power to define reality.
Marriage was defined a long time ago.
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My whole point honey, marriage is one of those things you cannot change.
:-)
No, honey. Your incorrigibility is one of those things that cannot change.

Deny reality all you like.

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