French Gay Marriage Bill Presented to...

French Gay Marriage Bill Presented to Parliament

There are 106 comments on the EDGE story from Jan 29, 2013, titled French Gay Marriage Bill Presented to Parliament. In it, EDGE reports that:

People demonstrate in support of a government project to legalize same-sex marriage and adoption for same-sex couples in Paris.

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straight shooter

Montpelier, VT

#108 Feb 5, 2013
Jane Dodo wrote:
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Can you not read?
there are 130,000 children in the U.S. foster care system waiting to be adopted.
there are 130,000 children in the U.S. foster care system waiting to be adopted.
there are 130,000 children in the U.S. foster care system waiting to be adopted.
PLease note the WAITING TO BE ADOPTED part.
yes, this site equated being in foster care with a potential adoption in certain instances where it is flatly incorrect and you were not bright enough to see it...

but before I continue to follow you down your worm hole of half fact, AGAIN, do you actually dispute that many are not able to adopt american babies and thus look abroad?

or is this reality aside as usual?

are you suggesting that you are not aware of there being multiple couples interested in a PARTICULAR child?

so this whole tangent is again snark over substance as usual...

what job do you claim you had at GE fraud-boy?
straight shooter

Montpelier, VT

#109 Feb 5, 2013
Jane Dodo wrote:
<quoted text> You mean like your claim that they were forced to hold a wedding?
your not REALLY saying if we are not specifically MADE TO DO IT, we are not forced, right?

come on honey, admit it...

because no law FORCES someone to actually do something, they just PENALIZE non-compliance...

I happy to keep discussing this since it reveals your whole deluded "debate" style...
you are wildly inconsistent and therefore irrational...

what job did you have at GE dude?
straight shooter

Montpelier, VT

#110 Feb 5, 2013
Jane Dodo wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, I see how YOU work, moron. It called a false dilemma fallacy.
I don't "work" anything, you simply cannot read.

studies on which you WOULD rely, right moron?
its "bad law" not "a bad law" right clod?

what job did you have at GE, fraud boy?
Jane Dodo

Hoboken, NJ

#111 Feb 5, 2013
straight shooter wrote:
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your not REALLY saying if we are not specifically MADE TO DO IT, we are not forced, right?
come on honey, admit it...
because no law FORCES someone to actually do something, they just PENALIZE non-compliance...
I happy to keep discussing this since it reveals your whole deluded "debate" style...
you are wildly inconsistent and therefore irrational...
what job did you have at GE dude?
Where was the forced wedding held?

“Unconvinced”

Since: Nov 09

Seattle, WA

#113 Feb 6, 2013
straight shooter wrote:
not true at all.
I mean do you actually know anybody trying to adopt?
American babies are near impossible to get...
Funny, MY parents managed to adopt ME. Perhaps I was a "near-impossible" miracle baby?

The process of adoption is rigorous and exacting, as it SHOULD be.

But this isn't because American orphanages are shockingly empty. It's because many other nations don't have the stringent standards that we have, which includes psychological examinations, homelife assessments, and a host of legal steps. Sort of like what I've already told you. They DON'T simply say, "Married? Here you go! Would you like another? Civil Union? To the back of the line with your type!".

You've been the victim of adoption myths. Here's some free education.

http://www.adoptivefamilies.com/articles.php...

NONE of this necessitates the need for a whole separate class of relationship recognition, or denial of recognition altogether. None of it explains why there should be ANY differences between marriages and CU's. Adoption agencies are HIGHLY critical of ALL adoptive applicants. They KNOW how to differentiate between suitable and unsuitable couples, without relying on such a simplistic criterion as a LABEL.

Segregation remains the ONLY purpose to suggest civil unions or domestic partnerships. You have not made your case.
straight shooter

Montpelier, VT

#114 Feb 6, 2013
Jane Dodo wrote:
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Where was the forced wedding held?
you are so dumb.

it was definitely not held in jersey....
right?

what job did you have at GE dude?

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