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Chicago, IL

#24 Jul 26, 2014
i did not read the post above written by someone who turned into a psycho from being addicted to the Bible.

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New Holland

#25 Jul 26, 2014
yon wrote:
Yes there have been homoz who have had significant achievements - but so have demon angels that rebelled against heavenly authority.
So says another dumb funny-mentalist.

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New Holland

#26 Jul 26, 2014
yon wrote:
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Freaks of nature and unable to reproduce so they claim to be great parents in order to confuse and corrupt minds of children and say it's normal. Many cultures in the past have been obliterated because of the error they refused to correct after being repeatedly warned
Name one culture, dingbat.

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New Holland

#27 Jul 29, 2014
Phil Mckenzie wrote:
Is there anything really wrong with that?
NO! Just as long as they're happy together, the same as anyone.

Miami Beach, FL

#29 Jul 30, 2014
Judges 'open door' to marriage of 3, 4 or 5 people
Attorney warns latest ruling shows 'societal division is taking place'

"Traditional-marriage advocates are slamming a three-judge panel from the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for striking down Virginia’s constitutional amendment affirming traditional marriage, saying the decision violates the separation of powers and potentially opens the doors to any arrangement of adults being considered marriage.

On Monday, Circuit Judges Henry F. Floyd and Roger L. Gregory voted to strike down the constitutional amendment defining marriage in the commonwealth as the union of one man and one woman. The amendment was approved by 57 percent of Virginia voters in 2006.

“Over the decades, the Supreme Court has demonstrated that the right to marry is an expansive liberty interest that may stretch to accommodate changing societal norms,” wrote Floyd in his opinion.

For traditional-marriage supporters, that rationale showcases judges who have no problem thinking of themselves as lawmakers.

“With this decision, I think you see another example of the courts exercising legislative powers. They actually believe they have the right to make new law, and now they’re not even afraid of proclaiming that in their decision,” said Liberty Counsel Special Counsel Rena Lindevaldsen, who is also a dean and professor at the Liberty University School of Law."


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