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Mitt Romney on 'Meet the Press': It's 'Fine' if Gay Couples Want to...

There are 21 comments on the Towleroad story from Feb 16, 2014, titled Mitt Romney on 'Meet the Press': It's 'Fine' if Gay Couples Want to.... In it, Towleroad reports that:

Mitt Romney on 'Meet the Press': It's 'Fine' if Gay Couples Want to Live Together, But Not Marry - VIDEO In a conversation with David Gregory on Meet the Press this morning, Mitt Romney was asked about the changing marriage landscape in the U.S. and if his views had changed.

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really big

Corryton, TN

#1 Feb 17, 2014
There's plenty of proof that gay sex and gay marriage is devastating to children. We don't need to wait for generations to find the answer. The answer is "YES".

Since: Mar 07

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#2 Feb 17, 2014
really big wrote:
There's plenty of proof that gay sex and gay marriage is devastating to children. We don't need to wait for generations to find the answer. The answer is "YES".
It's easy to make up lies to post randomly on a forum. It's much harder to provide the proof of your claims, isn't it?

Let's see you try.
spud

Dallas, PA

#3 Feb 17, 2014
Cruz is right again. It should be up to the states.
Baldar

Tallinn, Estonia

#4 Feb 17, 2014
really big wrote:
There's plenty of proof that gay sex and gay marriage is devastating to children. We don't need to wait for generations to find the answer. The answer is "YES".
Spot on!

“ WOOF ! ”

Since: Nov 12

Coolidge, AZ

#5 Feb 17, 2014
spud wrote:
Cruz is right again. It should be up to the states.
That's what millions of Americans said about inter-racial marriage in the 60's.

Since: Mar 07

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#6 Feb 17, 2014
spud wrote:
Cruz is right again. It should be up to the states.
No, it should not be. It's ridiculous that ONLY gay folks can have their marriage invalidated depending on which state they pass through, or move too. No American citizen should have the ability to travel or move restricted in this way, just to preserve their legal marriage.
Frankie Rizzo

Union City, CA

#7 Feb 17, 2014
Quest wrote:
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No, it should not be. It's ridiculous that ONLY gay folks can have their marriage invalidated depending on which state they pass through, or move too. No American citizen should have the ability to travel or move restricted in this way, just to preserve their legal marriage.
Say what?
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#8 Feb 17, 2014
really big wrote:
There's plenty of proof that gay sex and gay marriage is devastating to children. We don't need to wait for generations to find the answer. The answer is "YES".
Impossible! There is not one single courthouse anywhere in America today that will sell a marriage license to a child
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#9 Feb 17, 2014
spud wrote:
Cruz is right again. It should be up to the states.
The states can't afford it
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There is not one single state anywhere in America today that can afford to pay the standard $467,562.00 in marriage benefits to each and every married couple in their state just for the privilege of controlling marriage
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Only the Federal Government can afford that; so therefore the Federal Government is the Big Bosstee of marriage; not the states
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#10 Feb 17, 2014
Quest wrote:
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No, it should not be. It's ridiculous that ONLY gay folks can have their marriage invalidated depending on which state they pass through, or move too. No American citizen should have the ability to travel or move restricted in this way, just to preserve their legal marriage.
It would be great for quickie divorces without the cost of lawyers
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Just step over the state line and viola!; you are divorced
BS Detector

Sherman Oaks, CA

#11 Feb 17, 2014
Rainbow Kid wrote:
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The states can't afford it
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There is not one single state anywhere in America today that can afford to pay the standard $467,562.00 in marriage benefits to each and every married couple in their state just for the privilege of controlling marriage
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Only the Federal Government can afford that; so therefore the Federal Government is the Big Bosstee of marriage; not the states
In case you haven't heard, the federal government is 16 trillion dollars in debt, said debt soon to increase. In other words, the fed needs 16 trillion dollars just to be broke!
Bro

Buffalo, NY

#12 Feb 17, 2014
Quest wrote:
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No, it should not be. It's ridiculous that ONLY gay folks can have their marriage invalidated depending on which state they pass through, or move too. No American citizen should have the ability to travel or move restricted in this way, just to preserve their legal marriage.
If a state doesn't want to recognize some Cracker Jacks "marriage" certificate then they should have the right to do so.
Buckwheats Husband

Alpharetta, GA

#13 Feb 17, 2014
BS Detector wrote:
<quoted text> In case you haven't heard, the federal government is 16 trillion dollars in debt, said debt soon to increase. In other words, the fed needs 16 trillion dollars just to be broke!
Thats just republican trash talk
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Obama has access to plenty of jack; Jack!
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Add it up:
http://www.forbes.com/billionaires/list/
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Seriously! These guys eat $1.00 TV dinners while their billions go around and around and around on The Big Wheel in White House basement
Truth it

Vernon Rockville, CT

#14 Feb 17, 2014
Quest wrote:
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No, it should not be. It's ridiculous that ONLY gay folks can have their marriage invalidated depending on which state they pass through, or move too. No American citizen should have the ability to travel or move restricted in this way, just to preserve their legal marriage.
Exactly.

Federal civil rights laws should be modified so that if you're legally married in one state - that marriage is legally valid in EVERY state.

It's long past time to end ALL FORMS of state-sanctioned bigotry and discrimination.

“ WOOF ! ”

Since: Nov 12

Coolidge, AZ

#15 Feb 17, 2014
Truth it wrote:
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Exactly.
Federal civil rights laws should be modified so that if you're legally married in one state - that marriage is legally valid in EVERY state.
It's long past time to end ALL FORMS of state-sanctioned bigotry and discrimination.
That doesn't have to be done. That's been the law of the land since the day the U.S. Constitution was ratified. Read the "full faith and credit" clause of the U.S. Constitution. It contains NO exceptions.
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#16 Feb 17, 2014
Fa-Foxy wrote:
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That doesn't have to be done. That's been the law of the land since the day the U.S. Constitution was ratified. Read the "full faith and credit" clause of the U.S. Constitution. It contains NO exceptions.
Well there must be a problem; then
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Perhaps we need to re-write the constitution in baby babble so that even republicans can tell what it says
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“ WOOF ! ”

Since: Nov 12

Coolidge, AZ

#18 Feb 17, 2014
Rainbow Kid wrote:
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Well there must be a problem; then
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Perhaps we need to re-write the constitution in baby babble so that even republicans can tell what it says
I can tell that YOU haven't ever read the U.S. Constitution either. Why don't you spend 20 minutes tonite reading it ?(Don't be scared, it's written in English.:))
BS Detector

Sherman Oaks, CA

#19 Feb 20, 2014
Buckwheats Husband wrote:
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Thats just republican trash talk.
Actually, it was fact which is why you were confused.
Buckwheats Husband

Alpharetta, GA

#20 Feb 20, 2014
BS Detector wrote:
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Actually, it was fact which is why you were confused.
OK massa BS man;
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If you expect gays to live with partial rights of citizenship; then we should be assigned a cotton pickin' plantation to live on free; with immunity from Federal Income Tax
spud

Dallas, PA

#21 Feb 20, 2014
Rainbow Kid wrote:
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The states can't afford it
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There is not one single state anywhere in America today that can afford to pay the standard $467,562.00 in marriage benefits to each and every married couple in their state just for the privilege of controlling marriage
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Only the Federal Government can afford that; so therefore the Federal Government is the Big Bosstee of marriage; not the states
If the states cant afford it, then don't pass the law. Cost should be a primary factor in passing any law. Considering we are 17+ trillion dollars in debt and rising fast, the feds can't afford a half million dollars per couple in marriage benefits either.

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