Keys Marriage Forms Changed For Same-...

Keys Marriage Forms Changed For Same-sex Couples

There are 47 comments on the WCTV Tallahassee story from Jul 19, 2014, titled Keys Marriage Forms Changed For Same-sex Couples. In it, WCTV Tallahassee reports that:

Marriage-license forms in the Florida Keys have been changed to accommodate same-sex couples, even though a judge's ruling that gays can marry in Monroe County has been stayed pending a state appeal.

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Jumper The wise

Morgantown, KY

#2 Jul 19, 2014
Gays like to pretend.
Homostats

Las Vegas, NV

#3 Jul 19, 2014
Fa-Foxy wrote:
I see no reason to issue all of these stays after all of these decisions in our favor.
It's called "Due Process", which means you have to allow for a higher level to make decisions not in your favor.
Maybe if I made a comparison to "Top" or "Bottom" you would understand.
Here Kitty Kitty

Alpharetta, GA

#4 Jul 19, 2014
All the people who voted for an illegal constitutional amendment are criminal terrorists and should be fed to the lions
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-ZDKEyB3pbn0/UovSdQT... !!!!!!!!!!lion.jpg
Rev Donald Wildmoan

Philadelphia, PA

#6 Jul 19, 2014
Fa-Foxy wrote:
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That's untrue. A stay of a
You're a racist pedo who clutters the internetz with know nothingness, fool.
Jumper The wise

Morgantown, KY

#7 Jul 19, 2014
Rev Donald Wildmoan wrote:
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You're a racist pedo who clutters the internetz with know nothingness, fool.
YOU TELL'EM Manwich!
Homostats

Las Vegas, NV

#8 Jul 19, 2014
Fa-Foxy wrote:
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That's untrue. A stay of a judge's decision is not automatic and is totally at the discretion of the judge. And a stay is granted usually when there is a REASONABLE chance of the petitioner prevailing. You don''t have a "RIGHT" to hear any appeal heard.
And since the score is not AT LEAST 21 - 0, with our opponents not winning a SINGLE case, I see very little chance of them prevailing in any court. Even SCOTUS refused to hear their appeal of the Prop. 8 decision
Therefore I see no rational reason to issue these stays all the time. It merely delays the inevitable.
And as Gladstone and other judges and justices have often said: "Justice delayed is justice denied."
"SCOTUS grants stay on recognizing Utah same-sex marriages"

http://www.thespectrum.com/story/news/local/2...

Obviously the gays fear that once their main ally, Obama, and his liberal cronies are out of office, the wheels may fall off of the queer bandwagon. So they are trying to expedite the process. If they had wanted, SCOTUS could have already made judgements more encompassing and in favor of the gays, but I sense that they realize that their purpose is not only judicial, but that they are also the stewards of society, and see homosexual marriage as superfluous to the design of society.

QED
Homostats

Las Vegas, NV

#10 Jul 19, 2014
Fa-Foxy wrote:
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Well, then please explain why when the Prop 8 decision, which legalized gay marriage in California, was appealed to SCOTUS, SCOTUS refused to hear the case, thus finalizing the decision for California.
Exactly. Instead of handing down a blanket judgement, SCOTUS kicked the can down the road by keeping the queer genie bottled up in each State.
Belle Sexton

Santa Cruz, CA

#11 Jul 20, 2014
Jumper The wise wrote:
<quoted text>YOU TELL'EM Manwich!
"Manwich" ?

Sloppy Joe, more like.
In Obama Gays Trust

Alpharetta, GA

#12 Jul 20, 2014
Homostats wrote:
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"SCOTUS grants stay on recognizing Utah same-sex marriages"
http://www.thespectrum.com/story/news/local/2...
Obviously the gays fear that once their main ally, Obama, and his liberal cronies are out of office, the wheels may fall off of the queer bandwagon. So they are trying to expedite the process. If they had wanted, SCOTUS could have already made judgements more encompassing and in favor of the gays, but I sense that they realize that their purpose is not only judicial, but that they are also the stewards of society, and see homosexual marriage as superfluous to the design of society.
QED
Not to worry
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Michelle is an Obama too
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She will retake the White House at the last minute so she won't have to pack up and move out for 8 more years

Since: May 14

Location hidden

#13 Jul 20, 2014
Homostats wrote:
Obviously the gays fear that once their main ally, Obama, and his liberal cronies are out of office, the wheels may fall off of the queer bandwagon.
Because Obama has such a strong influence over the Supreme Court they rule against him at times?
Baptistism by Proxy

Philadelphia, PA

#14 Jul 20, 2014
Homostats wrote:
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Exactly. Instead of handing down a blanket judgement, SCOTUS kicked the can down the road by keeping the queer genie bottled up in each State.
Oh, that's quite a theory. Given that marriage equality has exploded into about twenty five states since SCOTUS "kicked the can down the road by keeping the genie bottled up in each state."

There will be a preponderance of the states with marriage equality - a consensus in legal terms - and then all the stays on them will be lifted.

This is how Loving v. and even Lawrence v. happened. Even Brown v. happened like that.
Gremlin

Louisville, KY

#17 Jul 20, 2014
[QUOTE who="A +"]<quoted text>
I'm predicting gays will always have issues with constipation. A piece of paper will not make their lifestyle normal. When my dog humps the mail mans leg I knock it off because it's not natural.[/QUOTE]You're jealous because you'll never be able to marry any of your close relatives, hillbilly.
Baptistism by Proxy

Philadelphia, PA

#18 Jul 20, 2014
[QUOTE who="A +"]<quoted text>
A piece of paper will not make their lifestyle normal. When my dog humps the mail mans leg[/QUOTE]

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Kentucky Intelligentsia!

Sure, that's why all our ignorant talibangelicals have fought marriage equality for decades...because "a piece of paper" doesn't have any meaning.

And variations in sexual orientation have always been normal. "Normal" doesn't mean some fundie thinks it's okay. It means "usual." What's not normal is having a very high or a low IQ. You don't know what even simple words mean, Cletus.

It's good to know you restrain your wife when the dunning letters arrive, though.
Rainbow Security Patrol

Alpharetta, GA

#19 Jul 20, 2014
[QUOTE who="A +"]<quoted text>
I'm predicting gays will always have issues with constipation. A piece of paper will not make their lifestyle normal. When my dog humps the mail mans leg I knock it off because it's not natural.[/QUOTE]

It is against the law to knock the mailman's leg off
Baptistism by Proxy

Philadelphia, PA

#21 Jul 20, 2014
[QUOTE who="A +"]<quoted text>
So...you are alluding that one man....I'm stating a piece of paper will not make this behavior normal in anyone's eyes.[/QUOTE]

I'm saying you have a sexual disorder, that you don't know what the word "normal" means, and that you care about that "piece of paper" a great deal.

Because it makes variations in sexual orientation completely equal in matters of family law.(In the educated states first.)

You can't stop obsessing about and braying about anal sex between men, though.
Baptistism by Proxy

Philadelphia, PA

#24 Jul 20, 2014
[QUOTE who="A +"]<quoted text>
So...you are saying[/QUOTE]

Normal people str8 or gay don't so luridly obsess over what they claim distresses them to the degree you do for as many hours each day.

And yes, homophobes are now concentrated in older, more uber "religious" and less well educated demographics. That's what the data are saying, Cletus.
Jumper The wise

Morgantown, KY

#25 Jul 20, 2014
Baptistism by Proxy wrote:
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I'm saying you have a sexual disorder, that you don't know what the word "normal" means, and that you care about that "piece of paper" a great deal.
Because it makes variations in sexual orientation completely equal in matters of family law.(In the educated states first.)
You can't stop obsessing about and braying about anal sex between men, though.
See? A lot of us simple folk don't care for your lifestyle choice.
Gremlin

Louisville, KY

#26 Jul 20, 2014
[QUOTE who="A +"]<quoted text>
I'm proud of where I live so thank you. Shouldn't you be packing fudge somewhere?[/QUOTE]I'm proud to be gay. Shouldn't you be out on a date with your cousin/girlfriend?
Baptistism by Proxy

Philadelphia, PA

#30 Jul 20, 2014
[QUOTE who="A +"]<quoted text>
What [/QUOTE]

Hey christardate, you don't do data. There's no problem with religion; it's the sexually sick mullahs within the abrahamic religions who are the problem.

I love when defaming, anti gay closet cases start whining about "rudeness" or about "labeling" by others. These closet cases are the prototypical can dish it out but can't take it crybabies.

Luckily, educated society now just snickers at hysterical, buybull, reprobate homophobes.

>People who identified themselves as practicing Christians were highly likely to support the [Prop 8] constitutional amendment, with 85 percent of evangelical Christians, 66 percent of Protestants and 60 percent of Roman Catholics favoring it.

>The poll also showed that the measure got strong backing from voters who did not attend college (69 percent), voters who earned less than $40,000 a year (63 percent) and Latinos (61 percent).

huffingtonpost DOT com/2008/12/04/poll-prop-8-vot ing-driven_n_148379.html
Baptistism by Proxy

Philadelphia, PA

#35 Jul 20, 2014
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First of all if you are gaining your wisdom from Huffpost that's part of your problem.
[/QUOTE]

Okay christardate, you go find the polling data which says that those opposing marriage equality are in the aggregate better educated (and younger and less uber "religious.")

Git ur reparative therapy counselor/down low sex partner to help you with the research.

You asked a question and I answered it, you filth.

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