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Ted Cruz wants feds to stop meddling in same-sex marriage debate

There are 577 comments on the CBS News story from Feb 13, 2014, titled Ted Cruz wants feds to stop meddling in same-sex marriage debate. In it, CBS News reports that:

Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Mike Lee, R-Utah, are pushing back against a recent Supreme Court ruling that struck down the heart of the Defense of Marriage Act and paved the way for the federal government to provide benefits to same-sex couples who were married legally.

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“JESUS WOULD IMPEACH THE GOP!!!”

Since: May 09

Lake Success, N.Y.

#1 Feb 13, 2014
These two sacks of chit can't find anything more constructive to do for the American public than to keep beating this dead horse?

Tell Cruz when he renounces his Canuk citizenship, maybe he can have a say in American politics.
Marcavage s Trick

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Feb 13, 2014
"Ted Cruz wants feds to stop meddling in same-sex marriage debate"

The fool doesn't realize he's calling for the full repeal of DOMA, since that was the main Congressional "meddling" in marriage in the nation's history.
Delbert

Newport News, VA

#3 Feb 13, 2014
Cruz is diretly proposing the concept of ignoring the tenents of the US Constitution.

So much for his sworn oath to protect the Constitution.
Barry

Buffalo, NY

#4 Feb 13, 2014
Way to go Senators Cruz and Lee!
Benjamin

Las Vegas, NV

#5 Feb 13, 2014
Recall that when SCOTUS ruled on Proposition 8, their ruling was very narrow. If they had wanted to, they could have made a broad ruling legalizing gay marriage throughout the US. But they didn't, for two reasons:
Dealing with homosexuality is disgusting to learned people.
They consider marriage to be a State issue.
ObamaCare FUBAR

Southampton, NY

#6 Feb 13, 2014
Delbert wrote:
Cruz is diretly proposing the concept of ignoring the tenents of the US Constitution.
So much for his sworn oath to protect the Constitution.
Sounds a lot like Barack Obama.
Delbert

Newport News, VA

#7 Feb 13, 2014
Benjamin wrote:
Recall that when SCOTUS ruled on Proposition 8, their ruling was very narrow. If they had wanted to, they could have made a broad ruling legalizing gay marriage throughout the US. But they didn't, for two reasons:
Dealing with homosexuality is disgusting to learned people.
They consider marriage to be a State issue.
those must be the same people that view due process and equal rights Amendments disposable?
Delbert

Newport News, VA

#8 Feb 13, 2014
ObamaCare FUBAR wrote:
<quoted text>Sounds a lot like Barack Obama.
I could believe that is true for those of you who have little understanding and no tolenrence for everyone being protected under the gurantees of the constitution.
Marcavage s Trick

Philadelphia, PA

#9 Feb 13, 2014
Benjamin wrote:
They consider marriage to be a State issue.
Each new fundie troll moniker is dumber than the last.

It was DOMA which took marriage away from the states.

Windsor, everyone knows, is a temporary stop until a majority of the states have marriage equality and thus will have to have their marriages recognized by all the others.
Benjamin

Las Vegas, NV

#10 Feb 13, 2014
Delbert wrote:
<quoted text>
those must be the same people that view due process and equal rights Amendments disposable?
Due Process is like when SCOTUS:
1. Strikes down Proposition 8.
2. Declares BSA have a Constitutional right to exclusive membership.

Disposable means like when the gays:
Applaud #1.
Disregard #2.
Benjamin

Las Vegas, NV

#11 Feb 13, 2014
Marcavage s Trick wrote:
<quoted text>
Each new fundie troll moniker is dumber than the last.
It was DOMA which took marriage away from the states.
Windsor, everyone knows, is a temporary stop until a majority of the states have marriage equality and thus will have to have their marriages recognized by all the others.
"Each new fundie troll moniker is dumber than the last.
Not as dumb as yours. Hets change aliases to take advantage of the innate paranoia of the homosexual mind.

"It was DOMA which took marriage away from the states."
You mean a couple had to go to Washington D.C. to get married?

"Windsor, everyone knows, is a temporary stop until a majority of the states have marriage equality and thus will have to have their marriages recognized by all the others"
You only have till Nov 2016 to giterdun.

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#12 Feb 13, 2014
Its extraordinary that Cruz can find so many different ways to make himself look like a complete and utter dumbass...
Campy

Las Vegas, NV

#13 Feb 13, 2014
Just Think wrote:
Its extraordinary that Cruz can find so many different ways to make himself look like a complete and utter dumbass...
Cruz can't hold a candle to the queer from Philly in that department.
Delbert

Newport News, VA

#14 Feb 13, 2014
Benjamin wrote:
<quoted text>
Due Process is like when SCOTUS:
1. Strikes down Proposition 8.
2. Declares BSA have a Constitutional right to exclusive membership.
Disposable means like when the gays:
Applaud #1.
Disregard #2.
DUE PROCESS. The idea that laws and legal proceedings must be fair. The Constitution guarantees that the government cannot take away a person's basic rights

Disposable. 1.throwaway: designed to be thrown away after use
Campy

Las Vegas, NV

#15 Feb 13, 2014
Delbert wrote:
<quoted text>
DUE PROCESS. The idea that laws and legal proceedings must be fair. The Constitution guarantees that the government cannot take away a person's basic rights
Disposable. 1.throwaway: designed to be thrown away after use
Exactly. Benjamin was simply giving examples of each.
Marcavage s Trick

Philadelphia, PA

#16 Feb 13, 2014
Benjamin wrote:
<quoted text>
You mean a couple had to go to Washington D.C. to get married?
No, closet case cretin, that is not what DOMA meant.

DOMA took the right of states to adjudicate their own marriage laws away, the point. It said MA, among others, could not establish same sex marriage. It was a law passed by Congress. It therefore took marriage away from the states.

That part of DOMA has been fixed now...by having been struck down.

But you knew all that just as clearly as you know you're in a fervid, hateful struggle against your own sexual orientation, closet case.
Campy

Las Vegas, NV

#17 Feb 13, 2014
Marcavage s Trick wrote:
<quoted text>
No, closet case cretin, that is not what DOMA meant.
DOMA took the right of states to adjudicate their own marriage laws away, the point. It said MA, among others, could not establish same sex marriage. It was a law passed by Congress. It therefore took marriage away from the states.
That part of DOMA has been fixed now...by having been struck down.
But you knew all that just as clearly as you know you're in a fervid, hateful struggle against your own sexual orientation, closet case.
Freud stated that when a homosexual accuses a heterosexual of being a homosexual, he is simply projecting his own self-loathing.
Marcavage s Trick

Philadelphia, PA

#18 Feb 13, 2014
Campy wrote:
<quoted text>
Freud stated that when a homosexual accuses a heterosexual of being a homosexual, he is simply projecting his own self-loathing.
Not when the faux heterosexual in question obsesses about all things homosexual and rails against them for six hours a day, you cretin.

Freud did come close to saying that all neurosis results from the suppression of natural bisexuality, but that strangely didn't get so much notice.

Since: May 08

EVERYWHERE

#20 Feb 14, 2014
That's because the Obama Administration is being run by an army of pedophiles intentionally trying to destroy the American family and artificially create gender confusion in the minds of the next generation. This must STOP. We the American people ARE NOW PUSHING BACK!

Gay men Marry to Rape and Molest Their Adopted Sons
http://youtu.be/z-f_oVfr76I

Freedom From Homosexuality
http://jesus-heals.sex.blogspot.com

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Since: Nov 08

Perpignan

#21 Feb 14, 2014
TonyT1961 wrote:
These two sacks of chit can't find anything more constructive to do for the American public than to keep beating this dead horse?

Tell Cruz when he renounces his Canuk citizenship, maybe he can have a say in American politics.
GIGO......garbage in, garbage out.

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