Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

Aug 4, 2010 Full story: www.cnn.com 201,321

A federal judge in California has knocked down the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, ruling Wednesday that the state's controversial Proposition 8 violates the U.S. Constitution.

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laughing man

UK

#196284 Jun 16, 2013
Awwwww, you poor baby. You got offended and mashed a few smilies. I especially mock you for mashing the "off topic" one, because it has everything to do with the topic of homosexuals.

They're silent about their kind. In other words, they're the kind of neighbor who never takes out their own garbage, who parks and leaves rusting hulks in the front yard, who has their Velvet Boy George's hanging behind the couch...

The garbage keeps piling up, and it's rotting, and it stinks, and there's flies and disease.

No, I don't want them in my neighborhood. They're not responsible and self sufficient and show no respect for others.
BarkingFrog

Monrovia, CA

#196285 Jun 16, 2013
Laughing man from the UK can take that filth bucket Pairs Morgan back to your country free of charge.
laughing man

UK

#196286 Jun 16, 2013
BarkingFrog wrote:
Laughing man from the UK can take that filth bucket Pairs Morgan back to your country free of charge.
I'll have to take your word for it since I haven't a clue as to who you're talking about, but if it's a filth bucket then your kind will park it in the front yard and mindlessly defend it with "phobe" and "bigot" and "prejudice" and the other various and sundry pubescent epithets.
Frankie Rizzo

Union City, CA

#196287 Jun 16, 2013
Not To Bright Are You wrote:
<quoted text>
Why YES,I agree wholeheartedly! Once a right is given in this case the right to marry between the same sexes,it should NOT have been taken away! And thus,this is why Prop 8 will be overturned when the Supreme court throws it back to California which means Judge walkers decision which was upheld by the appeals court will rid California once and for all of the illegality of Prop 8 once and for all! Good call! Should happen in the next 2 weeks!
Hey Bill! Why do you end every sentence with an exclamation point!? It looks silly! What, are you all hopped up on dope!? You should use periods! You are such a dummy!

OK fruitloops! Hope that helps!
Frankie Rizzo

Union City, CA

#196288 Jun 16, 2013
lides wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm going to take your ignorant comments as a compliment. Anyone who thinks that Pietro has a legal leg to stand upon clearly doesn't know the lay of the land. Your familiarity (son) is not appreciated.
Pietro has no legal basis for their opinion. Both of you will be sorely disappointed in the near future when the US Supreme Court advances marriage equality, because there are no valid legal grounds to deny it.
Those who advocate for fellow citizens to be treated as second class citizens with less than equal protection of the law will never win the battle. They are fools, nothing more.
Relax son.

Since: Dec 09

Knoxville, TN

#196289 Jun 16, 2013
laughing man wrote:
<quoted text>
I consider Caligulas who french kiss dogs on international television, it's only purpose being for shock value, isn't second class, but raw sewage.
And I'll submit that all those homosexists who soil their panties because they aren't accepted and who sit silent concerning the Caligulas at their forefront, are sewage too.
You sit silent. You approve. You deserve scorn, ridicule, deportment.
You can't lump all gay people into the same category any more than you can lump all straight people into the same category. Gay people have different values depending on their belief systems.

I just don't come here to yammer on about what so-and-so did that I found disgusting. What's the point? My feelings of disgust about someone's behavior aren't going to change the world.

Instead, I just carry myself in a dignified manner, exhibiting the values and beliefs that are important to me.

Here's the thing... When you start making the same comments about the sick freaks that exist in the heterosexual community, maybe someone will take you seriously. For example, there are those here who advocate incestuous marriages.

Until you express your outrage at their values and behaviors, you're just another small-minded, pinhead, who comes here to fan the flames of anti-homosexual sentiment.

Since: Dec 09

Knoxville, TN

#196290 Jun 16, 2013
laughing man wrote:
Awwwww, you poor baby. You got offended and mashed a few smilies. I especially mock you for mashing the "off topic" one, because it has everything to do with the topic of homosexuals.
They're silent about their kind. In other words, they're the kind of neighbor who never takes out their own garbage, who parks and leaves rusting hulks in the front yard, who has their Velvet Boy George's hanging behind the couch...
The garbage keeps piling up, and it's rotting, and it stinks, and there's flies and disease.
No, I don't want them in my neighborhood. They're not responsible and self sufficient and show no respect for others.
I guarantee if a few gay men moved into your neighborhood, your property values would go up. We KNOW how to keep our homes neat and pristine. We can take a shit-hole of a house and turn it into something beautiful. It happens in just about every single neighborhood where gays are present.

It's called "gay gentrification". You should have seen The Castro District in San Francisco before the queens arrived and turned it into one of the most magnificent (and expensive) places to live in the city.
laughing man

UK

#196291 Jun 16, 2013
veryvermilion wrote:
<quoted text>
You can't lump all gay people into the same category
The hell you say, gutter dweller.

Take out your trash or get the f*** out of my neighborhood.

End of story.
laughing man

UK

#196292 Jun 16, 2013
veryvermilion wrote:
<quoted text>
I guarantee if a few gay men moved into your neighborhood, your property values would go up.
Take out your trash, gutter dweller, and that includes your yellowed and tattered scripts.
Frankie Rizzo

Union City, CA

#196293 Jun 16, 2013
veryvermilion wrote:
<quoted text>
You can't lump all gay people into the same category any more than you can lump all straight people into the same category. Gay people have different values depending on their belief systems.
I just don't come here to yammer on about what so-and-so did that I found disgusting. What's the point? My feelings of disgust about someone's behavior aren't going to change the world.
Instead, I just carry myself in a dignified manner, exhibiting the values and beliefs that are important to me.
Here's the thing... When you start making the same comments about the sick freaks that exist in the heterosexual community, maybe someone will take you seriously. For example, there are those here who advocate incestuous marriages.
Until you express your outrage at their values and behaviors, you're just another small-minded, pinhead, who comes here to fan the flames of anti-homosexual sentiment.
You ridicule incest marriage just like some people (you call them bigots and homophobes) ridicule same sex marriage. Classic hypocrite.

Why are you against marriage equality?
Frankie Rizzo

Union City, CA

#196294 Jun 16, 2013
veryvermilion wrote:
<quoted text>
You can't lump all gay people into the same category any more than you can lump all straight people into the same category. Gay people have different values depending on their belief systems.
I just don't come here to yammer on about what so-and-so did that I found disgusting. What's the point? My feelings of disgust about someone's behavior aren't going to change the world.
Instead, I just carry myself in a dignified manner, exhibiting the values and beliefs that are important to me.
Here's the thing... When you start making the same comments about the sick freaks that exist in the heterosexual community, maybe someone will take you seriously. For example, there are those here who advocate incestuous marriages.
Until you express your outrage at their values and behaviors, you're just another small-minded, pinhead, who comes here to fan the flames of anti-homosexual sentiment.
"lump" Too funny!
laughing man

UK

#196295 Jun 16, 2013
There's no pleasing Lumpy, is there?

It soiled its panties over someone not complaining about the straights with their trash and Velvet Elvis',(which is incredibly stupid since I mocked the very thing I don't like in ANYbody)and it's the very same lump of dog squeeze who the other day soiled its panties over "drive by" comments.

When things are explained to it, in detail, and with the utmost care, risking projectile vomiting by getting on its grade school level, it shows its appreciation by having a juvenile kick and scream in the cereal aisle attack.

They don't possess the most basic of emotional maturity and awareness of those around them, and I don't want them in my neighborhood.

“Vita e' Bella.”

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#196296 Jun 16, 2013
lides wrote:
<quoted text>
Absolutely, assuming of course there is no compelling state interest served by such a restriction. Thus far,y ou have never been able to indicate one.
There is one, some courts have stated such, but u don't agree with it.
First find me some gay people who share your position. You once made this claim, but it turned out that the couple in question objected only to the vocabulary, not the legal ramifications, which rather sullied your point.
Nooooooo...it didn't. They want the protection, but not the name, which they feel should be reserved for the male female union only.
No, anyone arguing for fellow citizens to be held as second class citizens with less than equal protection of the law is worthy of the term.
I advocate everyone should b in first class. C'mon in, find yourself a person of the opposite sex, and join the institute of marriage.
Reeducation would imply that one had been educated in the first place, which is clearly not the case with you. Run along, brother Jim has some Kool-aide for you.
Reeducation is for those who don't agree with the prevailing leftist orthodoxy that marriage should be redefined, but only for them.
Frankie Rizzo

Union City, CA

#196297 Jun 16, 2013
Big D wrote:
<quoted text>
Nothing to prove. I know exactly what I am saying, whether you know or not means nothing to me
Classic Big D. That's why I like this thread!
Frankie Rizzo

Union City, CA

#196298 Jun 16, 2013
Big D wrote:
<quoted text>
No it is you lack of understanding of the English language, I was they were as alive in the imagination as Peter Pan and Santa Claus, which is true.
There are remedial English courses you can take that might help you
Post of the week!

Big D uses poor English to criticize another poster's English.

That's why I like that silly jackass!
SchoolMarm Alert

UK

#196299 Jun 16, 2013
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
<quoted text>
Post of the week!
Big D uses poor English to criticize another poster's English.
That's why I like that silly jackass!
So THAT's why they lurk around truck stop bathrooms, to give surprise spelling tests?

*snicker*
laughing man

UK

#196301 Jun 16, 2013
Zoro wrote:
<quoted text>I would think that after seeing what happened when your dad married his sister, you would not want to marry yours.
Equal Protection for anything and everything is one of your bible verses, Zero, so why the intolerance?
Frankie Rizzo

Union City, CA

#196302 Jun 16, 2013
Zoro wrote:
<quoted text>I would think that after seeing what happened when your dad married his sister, you would not want to marry yours.
Modern science has found that the genetic risks of inbreeding are small. Besides, procreation has nothing to do with marriage right Jiz? Right! Get with the program Jiz! It's the 21st century for chrissakes.

So why can't I marry my brother? We can't have kids, no risk there.

OK tough guy! You think all that stuff over, maybe you'll be less of a bigot and hypocrite. You will be a little less ignorant.
Frankie Rizzo

Union City, CA

#196303 Jun 16, 2013
laughing man wrote:
<quoted text>
Equal Protection for anything and everything is one of your bible verses, Zero, so why the intolerance?
That's an easy one! Because JBird is an ignorant hypocrite.

He's all for marriage "equality" except for people he doesn't approve of because they're icky.
Frankie Rizzo

Union City, CA

#196305 Jun 16, 2013
Zoro wrote:
<quoted text>Not my bible buddy
The progressive bible is just another bible. Says in there that you have tolerance and diversity, but you don't Jiz. You are against marriage quality for people you think are icky.

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