Governor McDonnell Supports Ending Co...

Governor McDonnell Supports Ending Cohabitation Ban

There are 16 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Jan 26, 2013, titled Governor McDonnell Supports Ending Cohabitation Ban. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

Gov. Bob McDonnell says it's time to end a Virginia law that makes it a crime for unmarried couples to live together.

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Da Butcherman

Richmond, VA

#1 Jan 29, 2013
Does he support the right to casually walk into a supermarket with an AR15?
Or a movie theater?
Or Bodos?
Or the downtown mall...
Really - this is the question...when does one's right to parade around in public with a machine whose only intent is to Kill collide with another's pursuit of happiness.

Oh, the "intent to Kill " reference is for those that keep wanting to compare against the Automobile...the machine that has many uses...Like hammers, like knives etc....
Recon

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Jan 29, 2013
2013, and we're still dealing with this nonsense from these inbreds.
Go back

Charlottesville, VA

#3 Jan 29, 2013
Da Butcherman wrote:
Does he support the right to casually walk into a supermarket with an AR15?
Or a movie theater?
Or Bodos?
Or the downtown mall...
Really - this is the question...when does one's right to parade around in public with a machine whose only intent is to Kill collide with another's pursuit of happiness.
Oh, the "intent to Kill " reference is for those that keep wanting to compare against the Automobile...the machine that has many uses...Like hammers, like knives etc....
Me thinks you do not understand english.
huck

Charlottesville, VA

#4 Jan 29, 2013
he's evolving, but not quite there
gv't shouldn't protect minors from parent cruelty
George S

Jemison, AL

#5 Jan 29, 2013
Hee we see an elected official who abandons his own beliefs, in favor of doing his job of carrying out the wishes of the people of his constituency.

'Inbreds'?

Actually, these old laws began to prevent men from kidnapping women. One might think that only an inbred would be too stupid to study history before trying to teach history.
Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#6 Jan 29, 2013
Couple, like in the traditional sense?
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#7 Jan 29, 2013
This is all he's got? Some age old law he wants to address thats ignored anyway? What drug is he on? Heck of a way to keep your name in the press. Must be pretty bored.
hondacivic

Charlottesville, VA

#8 Jan 29, 2013
Dude wrote:
Couple, like in the traditional sense?
Someone should "probe" Bob McDonnell to find out if it is in the traditional sense. Or should it be if they are a "legitimate" couple?
Crack Scooter

Charlottesville, VA

#9 Jan 29, 2013
Da Butcherman wrote:
Does he support the right to casually walk into a supermarket with an AR15?
Or a movie theater?
Or Bodos?
Or the downtown mall...
Really - this is the question...when does one's right to parade around in public with a machine whose only intent is to Kill collide with another's pursuit of happiness.
Oh, the "intent to Kill " reference is for those that keep wanting to compare against the Automobile...the machine that has many uses...Like hammers, like knives etc....
The Kroger fool didn't have a machine gun, you knave. He had a semi automatic AR-15. Since you don't know the difference between a machine gun and a mere semi automatic weapon please keep your comments to yourself.
Adam

Waynesboro, VA

#10 Jan 29, 2013
Go back wrote:
<quoted text>Me thinks you do not understand english.
<<<

The word is "methinks".
Perplexed in PA

Kingston, PA

#11 Jan 29, 2013
"...he supports a ban on smoking in cars when minors are present, but feels its 'a bit of nanny government.'"

Really? I'm a nurse with COPD diagnosed at AGE THREE due to secondhand smoke from living with parents that each smoked 2 packs of cigarettes a day. Of course, it was the 70's and they didn't know then what they know now.

In the medical field, if a parent refuses a blood transfusion for any reason, including religious beliefs, we can get an emergency court order pretty quickly to have it done. Why? Because the child is TOO YOUNG to make an informed decision about his healthcare let alone what religion he wants to be for the rest of his life. We have to act in the best interest of the PATIENT and not the parents.

Apply the same reasoning. The child is too young and in no position to refuse to ride in a vehicle where people are puffing away, let alone LIVE in a house where it's occurring! My favorite is when people say "but we only smoke room XYZ." Really? I have a sister-in-law whose father only smokes in his "man cave." Whenever she comes to sleep over, her pillow cases WREAK of smoke! That smoke has to leave the "man cave" that has a door on it, travel through the kitchen, the living room, up a flight of steps, down a hallway, and into her room. Guess what? IT DOES.

I think it is absolutely child abuse to smoke around children. I've suffered the consequences every day for 36 years. I'm sure my parents wouldn't have done it had they known, just as my mother smoked with her first pregnancy but not her second or third because she was informed it was unhealthy. But for those who are either too stubborn, self-absorbed, or just plain stupid to understand what they are doing to their children, they should have to take classes to educate themselves.
VirginiaBornandR aised

Blackstone, VA

#12 Jan 29, 2013
Da Butcherman wrote:
Does he support the right to casually walk into a supermarket with an AR15?
Or a movie theater?
Or Bodos?
Or the downtown mall...
Really - this is the question...when does one's right to parade around in public with a machine whose only intent is to Kill collide with another's pursuit of happiness.
Oh, the "intent to Kill " reference is for those that keep wanting to compare against the Automobile...the machine that has many uses...Like hammers, like knives etc....
Lol. You realize we have extremely low crime rates right?(0-2 homicides a year, check the police reports)

You also realize crime goes down every year in Albemarle County...

Guns are there to protect, take them away, and the criminals will have nothing to fear. Break into a house? Why not, nothings gonna stop you. Call the police? You'd be surprised what could happen to you and your family in the span of 5-20 minutes?

That is, if the police decide to even show up.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_v._Distri...

Yeah, bet you never heard of that.
BBgun

Charlottesville, VA

#13 Jan 29, 2013
Wow - unmarried, living together, and practicing sodomy on a frequent basis after smoking a joint.
Is that bad?
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#14 Jan 29, 2013
Crack Scooter wrote:
<quoted text>
The Kroger fool didn't have a machine gun, you knave. He had a semi automatic AR-15. Since you don't know the difference between a machine gun and a mere semi automatic weapon please keep your comments to yourself.
He didn't refer to it as a machine gun Einstein,
james brown

Charlottesville, VA

#15 Jan 29, 2013
Da Butcherman wrote:
Does he support the right to casually walk into a supermarket with an AR15?
Or a movie theater?
Or Bodos?
Or the downtown mall...
Really - this is the question...when does one's right to parade around in public with a machine whose only intent is to Kill collide with another's pursuit of happiness.
Oh, the "intent to Kill " reference is for those that keep wanting to compare against the Automobile...the machine that has many uses...Like hammers, like knives etc....
Does someone need a hug and a tissue? I'm too afraid to walk outside.....Boo Hooo!!!
james brown

Charlottesville, VA

#16 Jan 29, 2013
Welcome to charlottesville where the women are women and so are the men! WUSSIES!!!!

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