Lesbian seeking marriage license arre...

Lesbian seeking marriage license arrested in NC

There are 46 comments on the WTVF Nashville story from May 10, 2012, titled Lesbian seeking marriage license arrested in NC. In it, WTVF Nashville reports that:

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - A lesbian who sought a North Carolina marriage license with her partner and was rejected under a state law banning same-sex marriage was arrested with another person Thursday after they refused to leave a government office where several gay and lesbian couples were turned away.

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Le Kimbo

New York, NY

#21 May 23, 2012
harvey wrote:
<quoted text>
You're an angry mess. Repulsive really.
Yes, hi hi is very angry, most queers are.

“A long time ago”

Since: Nov 09

in a galaxy far, far away....

#22 May 23, 2012
America Is Not The Same wrote:
The days of Sodom and Gomorrah are returning with these evil deviates
No, those were fictional. I don't know how you define "evil", but I think of it as deliberate harm or cruelty to another. There certainly isn't anything "evil" about two people who want to be together, they aren't doing anything to you.
hi hi

Philadelphia, PA

#23 May 23, 2012
harvey wrote:
<quoted text>
You're an angry mess. Repulsive really.
You wouldn't know my emotional state if you cannot see or hear me. I am invisible to you because we are strangers online.

You *choose* to believe this of me so that you can be nasty.

Go cry about it some more.

Seriously. Go film it.

Honest-to-god spineless filth.
hi hi

Philadelphia, PA

#24 May 23, 2012
Le Kimbo wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, hi hi is very angry, most queers are.
Nothing makes you people look more mendacious or manipulative. On a medium where you *clearly and irrefutably* cannot see or hear me, you *choose* to believe this in order to "buttress" your own contentions.

But you don't stop there. Stupid as hell, you *prove* that this is what you are doing by pretending that you magically know, somehow, a. that I am gay and b. that this "anger" is characteristic of ALL gay people worldwide.

I have seen no one angrier, by far, than you ultraconservatives who have reacted like puking crybabies because you cannot force gay people to be silent and afraid of you. My god, nothing seems to enrage you more than the *knowledge* that you will never make them silent and invisible again.

It's like you revel in your "state votes" that have "banned" gay marriage and then go off the deep end again because no, that's NOT silencing these people and NOT making them go away.

Please be a little more honorable and help to make America look a little less pathetic by not being such a gaping pussy about everything.

Seriously. Get a backbone.

Christ.

“Headbanger”

Since: May 12

London, England

#26 May 23, 2012
Jumping Jim wrote:
Typical, these people tend to act up when they can't have their way in life. Jail is where they belong.
"act up" - be thankful some do "act up"; if nobody ever did there would never be change and rights would become overlooked - including yours. anybody who speaks out belongs in jail - how stupid.
Queengrami

Acworth, GA

#27 May 23, 2012
hi hi wrote:
<quoted text>
This is why the pro-gay keep making the lives of people like you a living hell, or perhaps you are way, way, way too stupid to realize you only bring it on yourself.
When the *only* thing the antigay control is gay people's marriage rights, you are in no position to crow about a victory when gay people all over the nation can so easily wreck the day of the antigay ANY TIME they choose. And they do. And then people like you screech about that, like here, and only encourage them to do it more.
You people are profoundly, disturbingly stupid, unable to realize that *there is no way* continuing to make a fuss will do anything but cause them to get right back in your faces -- for as many years or decades as it takes.
Yet you're proud of this.
Let me try to find a reason that I'm supposed to sit here presuming you're, say, oh, a scholar.
. Are you stupid? A marriage license is not a right, it is a license given by the state to do something that would otherwise be illegal to do. Why do you want one, why does anyone need one? The history of marriage licensing has its roots in the government controlling marriage between people of different race. Gat couples should be running away from this, not begging to be part of it. PLEASE, know your history!

Jumping Jim

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#28 May 23, 2012
Krisskim wrote:
<quoted text>
"act up" - be thankful some do "act up"; if nobody ever did there would never be change and rights would become overlooked - including yours. anybody who speaks out belongs in jail - how stupid.
This is not a case of free speech, the homosexual lesbians bimbos didn't get their way obtaining a marriage license and refused to leave. They were rightfully put where they belong in jail. You are the stupid one.

“Headbanger”

Since: May 12

London, England

#29 May 26, 2012
Jumping Jim wrote:
<quoted text>This is not a case of free speech, the homosexual lesbians bimbos didn't get their way obtaining a marriage license and refused to leave. They were rightfully put where they belong in jail. You are the stupid one.
duh! who said anything concerning free speech. they were making a protest by asking for the license and refusing to leave - they do not belong in jail for making a protest about something they feel is wrong. you are too stupid to realize that if nobody ever protested then there would be no change - fine if it doesn't affect you - one day it might be something that does.
Pedo Talk

Phoenix, AZ

#30 May 26, 2012
EdmondWA wrote:
<quoted text>
No, those were fictional. I don't know how you define "evil", but I think of it as deliberate harm or cruelty to another. There certainly isn't anything "evil" about two people who want to be together, they aren't doing anything to you.
You must be a proud card carrying member of NAMBLA. ack!

Jumping Jim

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#31 May 26, 2012
Krisskim wrote:
<quoted text>
duh! who said anything concerning free speech. they were making a protest by asking for the license and refusing to leave - they do not belong in jail for making a protest about something they feel is wrong. you are too stupid to realize that if nobody ever protested then there would be no change - fine if it doesn't affect you - one day it might be something that does.
If you don't like something, you take your protest outside, but you do not interrupt business that is going on. The low life bimbos ended up where they belong, in jail.
Syus

France

#32 May 27, 2012
Palin Fan Forever wrote:
Way to go.I hope its a felony.
1 man 1 woman PERIOD
The way that usually works with heteros is one man to one woman-except when she's on her period
NAMBLA

Phoenix, AZ

#33 May 27, 2012
EdmondWA wrote:
<quoted text>
No, those were fictional. I don't know how you define "evil", but I think of it as deliberate harm or cruelty to another. There certainly isn't anything "evil" about two people who want to be together, they aren't doing anything to you.
You must belong to NAMBLA - that's their motto. SICK!!
John King US

Carol Stream, IL

#34 May 27, 2012
NAMBLA wrote:
<quoted text>
You must belong to NAMBLA - that's their motto. SICK!!
U think motto not GMmotor? U is NAMBLINKin group frum NYU!;-000
hi hi

Philadelphia, PA

#35 Jun 3, 2012
The reason people online sometimes sound like dumbasses is that they presume way, way, way too much.
Queengrami wrote:
<quoted text>. Are you stupid?
You are; but let me go *WAY* beyond what most people online do, making such a claim emptily -- and show you *EXACTLY* why you are.

I won't just say it; I'll be clear as day about *just why* you are.

Ready?
Queengrami wrote:
A marriage license is not a right, it is a license given by the state to do something that would otherwise be illegal to do.
Marriage and the license are a right *when governmental, economic and monetary rights are attached* to the license. It is specifically in seeking these rights that gay couples are apparently not giving up, as I clearly described in my last post.

You may feel that their goal is not a laudable one; convince them, not me.
Queengrami wrote:
Why do you want one,
Who said I do?

What in the goddamn hell are you doing,*assuming* that I want one or need one or don't already have one?

This is what makes you look like a dumbass -- that you had the nerve to call me "stupid" when you are *being demonstrably stupid* on a public message board.
Queengrami wrote:
why does anyone need one? The history of marriage licensing has its roots in the government controlling marriage between people of different race. Gat couples should be running away from this, not begging to be part of it. PLEASE, know your history!
This is *your* interpretation of what marriage licenses are for. But like the typical receptacle of vomit in today's world, you speak as if your opinion is FACT. The internet is jammed to the gills with people speaking their opinion as if it is FACT.

I wonder if you look like you have any less credibility because you *presumed to know MY MOTIVE* in writing my post.

But let's not let me sit here saying that; let's be sure to remind the board again that you DID SO in your post to me, CLEARLY.
Queengrami

Kennesaw, GA

#36 Jun 4, 2012
hi hi wrote:
The reason people online sometimes sound like dumbasses is that they presume way, way, way too much.
<quoted text>
You are; but let me go *WAY* beyond what most people online do, making such a claim emptily -- and show you *EXACTLY* why you are.
I won't just say it; I'll be clear as day about *just why* you are.
Ready?
<quoted text>
Marriage and the license are a right *when governmental, economic and monetary rights are attached* to the license. It is specifically in seeking these rights that gay couples are apparently not giving up, as I clearly described in my last post.
You may feel that their goal is not a laudable one; convince them, not me.
<quoted text>
Who said I do?
What in the goddamn hell are you doing,*assuming* that I want one or need one or don't already have one?
This is what makes you look like a dumbass -- that you had the nerve to call me "stupid" when you are *being demonstrably stupid* on a public message board.
<quoted text>
This is *your* interpretation of what marriage licenses are for. But like the typical receptacle of vomit in today's world, you speak as if your opinion is FACT. The internet is jammed to the gills with people speaking their opinion as if it is FACT.
I wonder if you look like you have any less credibility because you *presumed to know MY MOTIVE* in writing my post.
But let's not let me sit here saying that; let's be sure to remind the board again that you DID SO in your post to me, CLEARLY.
CLEARLY, you are ignorant of the Anti-miscengenation Laws and the denfinifintion of "license" vs "right" in Blacks Law. CLEARLY, you are a very angry person and should take a pill.
Queengrami

Kennesaw, GA

#37 Jun 4, 2012
AND CLEARLY, IN MY HASTE, I DID NOT USE MY MY SPELL CHECKER!!!! LOL
hi hi

Philadelphia, PA

#38 Jun 4, 2012
Queengrami wrote:
<quoted text> CLEARLY, you are ignorant of the Anti-miscengenation Laws and the denfinifintion of "license" vs "right" in Blacks Law.
This is what most people like you do. You simply re-spew.

Having spoken once and having been knocked off your pedestal and put in your place, you re-spew.

Again, you don't convince me that I am lacking in knowledge about anything. You convince me, instead, that *you* know nothing, literally,*most saliently because you repeat yourself here* when I have made perfectly clear that there is *no* way this horse shit from you will take precedence in my mind over the wisdom of judges and attorneys.

But please, try again, and *cement* my impression of you.
Queengrami wrote:
CLEARLY, you are a very angry person
This always makes a person online sound stupid.

You cannot see or hear me; you have never met me.

Pretending you know my mood when I write a post is just about the *top thing* you could choose to make yourself look uneducated.

What are you, a psychic with x-ray vision and the knowledge of the gods?

No.
Queengrami wrote:
and should take a pill.
This is even more senseless. You are *diagnosing me* online? Without ever having met me or taken my stats? Are you *goddamn crazy*? No doctor worth his salt would even diagnose a patient OVER THE PHONE, much less over an anonymous internet connection.
hi hi

Philadelphia, PA

#39 Jun 4, 2012
Queengrami wrote:
AND CLEARLY, IN MY HASTE, I DID NOT USE MY MY SPELL CHECKER!!!! LOL
That is fine.
The Troll Stopper

Roanoke, VA

#42 Jun 4, 2012
harvey wrote:
<quoted text>
You're right....
...said one knuckle-dragging, mouth-breathing Neanderthal bigot to the other. We'll all take that for what it's worth.
Queengrami

Kennesaw, GA

#43 Jun 8, 2012
I have no pedestal and I am still firmly in the same place I have always been. Those who do not bother to research the history of our laws, or the definitions of legal terms have no hope of changing them. Calling people vulgar names do not promote their position, it only points out how truly unbalanced they are and possibly are in need of pharmarmarcy intervention.

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