Gay Marriage Debate - Medford, OR

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Since: May 08

Beggs, OK

#41 Aug 18, 2010
elevenwolf wrote:
@BlueLamp,
Appreciate your infomation.
No the avenue harm to children of gay couples come in the form of self-righteous bigots who will take it upon themselves to abuse the children then point their fingers and say "See, I told you children with same-sex parents have problems because of it", in an attempt to undermine an otherwise healthy, functioning family unit, in the fear that unless they intervene, the children will grow up to be stable, happy individuals and refute the idiocy of their prejudice.
I appreciate you and very much agree!
Alec

Medford, OR

#43 Aug 26, 2010
The only people I know who are sick and perverse are the ones who feel they are better than someone different. Open your eyes and learn a little, everyone deserves to find a life partner and be free to express that love.

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#44 Oct 16, 2010
There is NO good reason to deny gays the right to marry.

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#45 Oct 24, 2010
On The Dole wrote:
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Now, I'm confused.
I'm aware of our Constitution and Bill of Rights, so please explain, where does it specifically grant a man the "right" to marry a man?
7 MILLION Californians voted to keep the traditional concepts of marriage intact, and ONE progressive,(as well as gay), judge overturns the will of those people.
Are there other "rights" I'm not aware of?
The 14th Amendment grants equal protection under the law, and Loving v. Virginia stated that marriage is a right. Therefore, the laws against same-sex marriage are unconstitutional.
cammy jones

Medford, OR

#46 Oct 26, 2010
its their life choise and its not fair to deny them that right.... if men can marry women man should be able to marry man
arlene biswell

United States

#47 Nov 24, 2010
1 man 1 woman
Chris Titus

Bell City, MO

#48 Nov 24, 2010
arlene biswell wrote:
1 man 1 woman
*or any combination thereof.
Chris Titus

Bell City, MO

#49 Nov 24, 2010
JaneKrahe wrote:
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The 14th Amendment grants equal protection under the law, and Loving v. Virginia stated that marriage is a right. Therefore, the laws against same-sex marriage are unconstitutional.
Love your stuff!
Gordon Haas

Kapaau, HI

#50 Nov 24, 2010
It would be bigoted and unfgair to not allow gay people the same rights as everyone else.
too many ignorant people

Ashland, OR

#51 Dec 8, 2010
people need to mind their own business and let others be - whether is same sex marriage or anything else.
On The Dole

Redmond, WA

#52 Dec 9, 2010
too many ignorant people wrote:
people need to mind their own business and let others be - whether is same sex marriage or anything else.
Coming from Ashland, which is Oregon's bastion for self-proclaimed pseudointellectuals, what does "anything else" imply?
Are you including illegal drug use, the perversion of children, theft, criminal trespass, arson, and more?
scott

Prosser, WA

#53 Jan 17, 2012
On The Dole wrote:
<quoted text>
Now, I'm confused.
I'm aware of our Constitution and Bill of Rights, so please explain, where does it specifically grant a man the "right" to marry a man?
7 MILLION Californians voted to keep the traditional concepts of marriage intact, and ONE progressive,(as well as gay), judge overturns the will of those people.
Are there other "rights" I'm not aware of?
I pay taxes that there in gives me my "rights" i should not have to file seperatly simply cuz you are a religious nut job!
Kayla

Grants Pass, OR

#54 Jan 17, 2012
Our country was based on freedom and equality. Wouldn't it be going against the constitution if we didn't allow them to marry? Also, it shouldn't matter what gender you are. Everyone should be allowed to marry whoever they want. There are people who have married pillows. Besides, straight people waste more money getting married then turning around and getting a divorce. For example, Kim Kardashian's marriage lasted 72 days when several gay couples have been together forever. Just doesn't seem right to me.
scott

Prosser, WA

#55 Jan 17, 2012
Kayla wrote:
Our country was based on freedom and equality. Wouldn't it be going against the constitution if we didn't allow them to marry? Also, it shouldn't matter what gender you are. Everyone should be allowed to marry whoever they want. There are people who have married pillows. Besides, straight people waste more money getting married then turning around and getting a divorce. For example, Kim Kardashian's marriage lasted 72 days when several gay couples have been together forever. Just doesn't seem right to me.
Its really good to see some sanity in our small town :O) thanks Kayla!!
Jessica

Grants Pass, OR

#56 Jan 19, 2012
Just because you're gay doesn't make you less human. Gays are STILL human, so why do they have less rights than straight people?? It just isn't right. Love Is Love. <3<3
arlene biswell

Eugene, OR

#57 Jan 29, 2012
No I do not support gay marriage....

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