Houston mayor weds longtime partner in California

Jan 16, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Dallas Morning News

A statement issued by Parker's office says the mayor and Hubbard married in a sunset ceremony Thursday at a private residence in Palm Springs.

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Professor Kingsfield

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albtraum wrote:
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Say what you like, 18 states and counting. Where do you think we'll be in 10 years???
17.

In 10 years you'll be:

(a) dead

(b) in a remedial arithmetic class

No more states are even possible for the next few years until the Supreme Court deals with Utah.

"Make no mistake, Utah was a HUGE setback."--New Yorker cover, Jeffrey Toobin
Xstain Fumblementalist

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Professor Kingsfield wrote:
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No more states are even possible for the next few years until the Supreme Court deals with Utah.
Even by sexually sick fundie standards that's an odd claim. A stay in one upper court doesn't mean there will be stays as the PA and VA and other state decisions start rolling in.

Oh well, that's what you get when dealing with people who are sure the "earth is 6000 years old." Or is that 8000? They don't seem sure in their infallibility.
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Even by sexually sick fundie standards that's an odd claim. A stay in one upper court doesn't mean there will be stays as the PA and VA and other state decisions start rolling in.
Oh well, that's what you get when dealing with people who are sure the "earth is 6000 years old." Or is that 8000? They don't seem sure in their infallibility.
You're the one rejected even by your own.

So sad.
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You're the one rejected even by your own.
So sad.
Hey Jethro, you dun fergit ta adres the conntint.

Your claim about when the next states will have marriage equality was unhinged. Made up. Like everything you mouth.
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Since your own kind rejects you, this is the last response you'll get:

You homosexuals had already picked clean every state you could get, at a cost well north of several billion dollars, before Kennedy did what he did.

The remaining states are the states you couldn't get pre-Kennedy, no matter what you spent.

Now you're hastily piggy-backing on Kennedy's decision in federal courts in those states.

Unfortunately for you, you'll will be ineffective until the Supreme Court settles Utah.

"Make no mistake, Utah was a HUGE setback."--New Yorker, Jeffrey Toobin

“Together for 24, legal for 5”

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Professor Kingsfield wrote:
Since your own kind rejects you, this is the last response you'll get:
You homosexuals had already picked clean every state you could get, at a cost well north of several billion dollars, before Kennedy did what he did.
The remaining states are the states you couldn't get pre-Kennedy, no matter what you spent.
Now you're hastily piggy-backing on Kennedy's decision in federal courts in those states.
Unfortunately for you, you'll will be ineffective until the Supreme Court settles Utah.
"Make no mistake, Utah was a HUGE setback."--New Yorker, Jeffrey Toobin
Every one of your claims is false. We are ready to move at least one more state into the equality column THIS YEAR and a couple more in 2016. People who in the past voted against marriage equality have reconsidered, and several states have majorities that now reject their haste.

As for the rest of the states: SCOTUS will probably rule by the end of the decade--well within the ten years specified. I would not read into the stay of the Utah decision how they're going to rule. Besides, we could have a quite different composition by the time they do rule.
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Professor Kingsfield wrote:
This is the last response you'll get....
You've decided to come out at last?
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Xstain Fumblementalist wrote:
I thought Christians treated others as they themselves would wish to be treated.
It seems completely in keeping with this rule to similarly go ahead and defame and disfranchise the quite purposefully evil fundie homophobes.
I'm not a Christian, however I like them much better than homosexuals. I don't have to like you and I don't. Christians build hospitals, have many organizations to help the poor and disadvantaged. They run orphanages. How many hospitals have homosexuals built and/or operate? How many charities are run by homosexuals? Christians don't call me names when I tell them why I don't like them; homosexuals start name calling immediately. You're crybabies and can do nothing on your own. Your suicide rate has been climbing for 30 years and yet you blame everyone but the putz in the mirror. Go away.
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I'm not a Christian
Hey pos, we know you're no Christian, and when I mention fundies and evilgelicals and talibangelicals I'm not speaking of "Christians," but of a sick, mullah subset.

Just be glad we haven't passed laws saying mentally ill homophobes can't marry, adopt, serve in the armed forces, be protected from arbitrary firing. Then we'd see how your suicide rates would fare...although, come to think of it, your cohort's future is looking pretty bleak as it is.

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Xstain Fumblementalist wrote:
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As usual you failed even for a moment to consider how your little fortune cookie quote has had nothing to do with history. That's for starters.
As for "mortality rates," being disfranchised and defamed comes with very real social consequences. It's a bit different from directly wishing or calling from another cohort's demise...particularly when that cohort says it treats others as it would wish to be treated.
Although for the record I will be pleased when people like Brian Brown and Pat Robertson and Bryan Fischer, etc., start keeling over. But you're so very noble that you felt sad when gutter trash Helms and Thurmond died.
Yes. I did.

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Texans are actually known for their acute judgment in leadership. How many times has Rick Perry been elected? Oh yeah: Every election since their prior governor won the Presidency in 2000.
As the subsequent poster states, Houston is not typical Texas - it tends to vote Democrat. I believe most of the Texas Gulf Coast is Democrat. Probably due to the high numbers of black and Latino voters in that area.
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Say what you like, 18 states and counting. Where do you think we'll be in 10 years???
**QUEERS READ THIS**

Your extrapolated Yellow Brick Road of homosexuality may get re-routed in November 2016.
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As the subsequent poster states, Houston is not typical Texas - it tends to vote Democrat. I believe most of the Texas Gulf Coast is Democrat. Probably due to the high numbers of black and Latino voters in that area.
some projections show that texas will be a blue state by 2016.

LOL. thanks in a large part to bushy-boy and slick haired perry.
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<quoted text>As usual you failed even for a moment to consider how your little fortune cookie quote has had nothing to do with history. That's for starters.

As for "mortality rates," being disfranchised and defamed comes with very real social consequences. It's a bit different from directly wishing or calling from another cohort's demise...particularly when that cohort says it treats others as it would wish to be treated.

Although for the record I will be pleased when people like Brian Brown and Pat Robertson and Bryan Fischer, etc., start keeling over. But you're so very noble that you felt sad when gutter trash Helms and Thurmond died.
Actually since I'm a Queer PedophiIe, hope how soon I keel over. I know it's not right but just can't help myself.

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