New Zealand Lawmakers Expected To Approve Gay Marriage Bill

Apr 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: On Top Magazine

Big crowds are expected to be on hand to witness Labour MP Louisa Wall's marriage equality member's bill receive its third reading in Parliament.

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Stirrer will be there I'm sure.

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Don't know what that first post is about, but this Gay Marriage Bill is bullshit as far as I'm concerned. If it was subject to a binding referendum, it wouldn't stand a bolters show of getting through.

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Gutsfull wrote:
Don't know what that first post is about, but this Gay Marriage Bill is bullshit as far as I'm concerned. If it was subject to a binding referendum, it wouldn't stand a bolters show of getting through.
The govt isn't too bothered about democracy anymore, except that we still get a vote every 3 years.
Changes to a country's constitution are always put to a binding referendum, but not here in old NZ, this year we will have a new constitution based on Treaty Principles and granting the Waitangi Tribunal the power to veto Parliament.

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Torqueing Heads wrote:
<quoted text>The govt isn't too bothered about democracy anymore, except that we still get a vote every 3 years.
Changes to a country's constitution are always put to a binding referendum, but not here in old NZ, this year we will have a new constitution based on Treaty Principles and granting the Waitangi Tribunal the power to veto Parliament.
Yes, this constitutional review is a worry. I'm highly suspicious of the makeup of the review panel, and highly doubtful there will be much in the way of consideration of any submissions, if any at all. With very few even knowing anything about it. The media exposure for the review has been pretty pathetic for starters.

The way things are headed, one day in the not too distant we could well have to consider getting out of here and leaving the greenies,the homos and the Maoris to it.
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Apr 16, 2013
 
chutiya ho.

Chup Ke Chut Hai, Chootadchod.

Chale Jao, Jaa Apni Bajaa

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Alain Leveque wrote:
chutiya ho.
Chup Ke Chut Hai, Chootadchod.
Chale Jao, Jaa Apni Bajaa
My sentiment exactly!

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Gutsfull wrote:
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The way things are headed, one day in the not too distant we could well have to consider getting out of here and leaving the greenies,the homos and the Maoris to it.
1,000 kiwis a week have already figured that out.
The Maoris will eventually follow too, once they've figured out sponging off the greenies and gays will bear little fruit.
Hopefully the Australian govt will have the sense not to enter into a Treaty and centuries of litigation.

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Torqueing Heads wrote:
<quoted text>the greenies and gays will bear little fruit.
Indeed, and just imagine what kind of thinking the new generation of little fruits will have!
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Apr 16, 2013
 
in the 60s we didnt talk too much about homos
in the 70s we started to talk about them
in the 80s we legalised it
in 90s they se started to celebrate themselves(hero parades etc
in 2000s we started to accept MP'S people in power etc who were that way
next step will be its COMPULSOR
we are fcked( up the bum)
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Apr 17, 2013
 
normalprick wrote:
in the 60s we didnt talk too much about homos
in the 70s we started to talk about them
in the 80s we legalised it
in 90s they se started to celebrate themselves(hero parades etc
in 2000s we started to accept MP'S people in power etc who were that way
next step will be its COMPULSOR
we are fcked( up the bum)
Dont forget that marriage means marriage and with that comes more immigration ,now Hon Ching Fukyk will say he wants his cousin long Dong Suk here as they are gay lovers and intend to be married.
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Disgrace for New Zealand as the Labour Party and other gays run wild in the streets. Simply shocking gay marriage and constitutional reviews are taking with out public mandates.
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ewwwwww!
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Apr 17, 2013
 
pooooo!
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Apr 17, 2013
 
They might as wells legalize Polygamous Marriages now, if it's all about equality smh
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Apr 18, 2013
 
DaTruth wrote:
They might as wells legalize Polygamous Marriages now, if it's all about equality smh
Thats a damn good point.....and not a bad idea!
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Apr 18, 2013
 
about time now I can come out of the closet and marry my cute pakeha lover---choice
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^^ Look at that stupid Pro Pakeha wishing to be me, a Maori. You would never see that the other way around :)

Anyway i'm not too concerned with gays, atleast they have more balls than Pro Pakeha.
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Apr 18, 2013
 
Mouthfull wrote:
about time now I can come out of the closet and marry my cute pakeha lover---choice
Whats his name?
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Gordon wrote:
<quoted text>Whats his name?
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