Gay Marriage Debate - Pikeville, KY

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#1295 May 4, 2013
come on now wrote:
Still waiting for you to back up uyour statements with facts.... how long will this take
I've answered you before, the second section of the 14th Amendment explicitly recognizes male and female are different, not equal. There is no gender equality right in the Constitution.
Jeremy

Staffordsville, KY

#1296 May 4, 2013
Kellerman wrote:
<quoted text>And i would imagine that you have had a personal conversation with God. Why do you think that these individuals aren't worthy of having the same rights as you have? You may not agree on this religious idea, but shouldn't they have the same rights as you when it comes to inheritance etc. I can't find anywhere in the bible that God speaks about gays. All of these religious crackheads always pick out a couple of verses and go with it. THese are same folks that wouldn't allow Blacks in their church and the discrimination against jews. It may not be today, but in the future I think the United States will allow these individuals the same rights under the constitution that everyone has. it's easy to hate isn't it.
You haven't looked very hard in the bible . I will pray for u

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#1297 May 4, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
Same sex marriage is like calling your opponents "sick homophobes". It's like a logical fallacy. If you believe in reason and respect the gender integration and diversity; keep marriage one man and one woman.
Stupid, nobody is talking about getting rid of marriage between one man and one woman, expect for people like you, who divorce. You get rid of that marriage between one man and one woman.

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#1298 May 4, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>The issue isn't freedom, adults have the right to "be together". You may live your life as you please, that's not the argument.
The issue is rewriting marriage law for everyone. I support Kentucky's Constitution and US law that defines marriage as one man and one woman.
Stupid, since there is nothing inherently wrong with rewriting laws, you need to come up with a reason we shouldn't give men and women equal rights.

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#1299 May 4, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>I've answered you before, the second section of the 14th Amendment explicitly recognizes male and female are different, not equal. There is no gender equality right in the Constitution.
Using your "logic", it recognizes white people and "Indians" as different, not equal. Are you saying there is no race equality right in the Constitution?
You keep avoiding this.
come on now

Bolingbrook, IL

#1300 May 4, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>I've answered you before, the second section of the 14th Amendment explicitly recognizes male and female are different, not equal. There is no gender equality right in the Constitution.
And I asked you to show where it said that. I asked you to paste where it specifically said that. I pointed out that the 2nd half dealt with voting which was madee equal with that sufferage act. So again prove your false statement

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#1301 May 4, 2013
The 19th Amendment is expressly limited to the right to vote. There is no gender equality right in the US Constitution.

Read it yourself if you doubt:

he right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.

Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#1302 May 4, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
The 19th Amendment is expressly limited to the right to vote. There is no gender equality right in the US Constitution.
Read it yourself if you doubt:
he right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
Wow, dummy, read it yourself.
come on now

Bolingbrook, IL

#1303 May 4, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
The 19th Amendment is expressly limited to the right to vote. There is no gender equality right in the US Constitution.
Read it yourself if you doubt:
he right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
and the 2nd par of the 14th deals specifically with voting... so try again liar

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#1304 May 4, 2013
The second section of the 14th Amendment explicitly says male and female are different, unequal. There is no gender equality right in the Constitution.

If you gave up on the ERA because someone told you the 14th Amendment does the same thing; you were fooled.

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#1305 May 4, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
The second section of the 14th Amendment explicitly says male and female are different, unequal. There is no gender equality right in the Constitution.
If you gave up on the ERA because someone told you the 14th Amendment does the same thing; you were fooled.
Quit dodging.
Is there racial equality right in the Constitution?
come on now

Bolingbrook, IL

#1306 May 4, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
The second section of the 14th Amendment explicitly says male and female are different, unequal. There is no gender equality right in the Constitution.
If you gave up on the ERA because someone told you the 14th Amendment does the same thing; you were fooled.
no it does not quit lieing. The 2nd section deals with the right to vote. It does not say women are not equal. YES at the time women were not allowed to vote...doesn't mean they are not equal. If that is your statemetn then women were made equal when they got the right to vote.

The ERA did not pass for that exact reason. Women were made equal citizens by the 14th amendment. There was no need to add an amendment when the 14th said that ALL citizens were equal which included women.

WHEN WILL YOU STOP LIEING
come on now

Bolingbrook, IL

#1307 May 4, 2013
Rose_NoHo wrote:
<quoted text>
Quit dodging.
Is there racial equality right in the Constitution?
Quit dodging... lol... Rose how long have you dealt with Brian... you would have better luck telling a fish not to swim and him doing it than Brian not dodging and lying

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#1308 May 4, 2013
come on now wrote:
<quoted text>
Quit dodging... lol... Rose how long have you dealt with Brian... you would have better luck telling a fish not to swim and him doing it than Brian not dodging and lying
You're right.:)
wtf

Williamson, WV

#1309 May 4, 2013
I wanna get married!

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#1311 May 4, 2013
come on now wrote:
no it does not quit lieing. The 2nd section deals with the right to vote. It does not say women are not equal. YES at the time women were not allowed to vote...doesn't mean they are not equal.
The 14th Amendment explicitly recognizes male and female as unequal.

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come on now wrote:
If that is your statemetn then women were made equal when they got the right to vote.
The 19th Amendment is limited to voting, it's not a gender equality right.

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come on now wrote:
The ERA did not pass for that exact reason. Women were made equal citizens by the 14th amendment. There was no need to add an amendment when the 14th said that ALL citizens were equal which included women. WHEN WILL YOU STOP LIEING
Females aren't mentioned in the 14th Amendment but males are. Citizens are equal before the law but one group of citizens isn't necessarily equal to another.

Men and women are different, our laws recognize that fact when it keeps marriage male/female.

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#1312 May 4, 2013
Rose_NoHo wrote:
Quit dodging. Is there racial equality right in the Constitution?
I'm discussing gender equality, not race. Racial differences are slight and unimportant but gender differences are great and essential to the survival of the human race.

Gender equality doesn't exist in our Constitution and the Kentucky Constitution explicitly defines marriage as one man and one woman.

Since: Apr 11

Santa Monica, CA

#1313 May 4, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>I'm discussing gender equality, not race.
Quit dodging you sniveling coward.
Brian_G wrote:
Racial differences are slight and unimportant but gender differences are great and essential to the survival of the human race.
Gender equality doesn't exist in our Constitution and the Kentucky Constitution explicitly defines marriage as one man and one woman.
Dummy, the second section of the 14th Amendment counts "Indians" and others differently, just the way it counts men and women differently.
So, tell us, is there racial equality in the Constitution or not?

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#1314 May 4, 2013
I'll let Rose figure that one out by herself. She already has enough trouble with gender differences.
come on now

Bolingbrook, IL

#1315 May 5, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>The 14th Amendment explicitly recognizes male and female as unequal.
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<quoted text>The 19th Amendment is limited to voting, it's not a gender equality right.
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<quoted text>Females aren't mentioned in the 14th Amendment but males are. Citizens are equal before the law but one group of citizens isn't necessarily equal to another.
Men and women are different, our laws recognize that fact when it keeps marriage male/female.
The 14th Amendment explicitly recognizes male and female as unequal"
You keep saying this. but despite my MANY request for you to show where it specifically says they are uneqaul, you have yet to show it..... wonde why... wait thats right your lieing once again
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The 19th Amendment is limited to voting, it's not a gender equality right."

Correct it is about voting, just as the 2nd part of the 14th is about voting... so again show where the 14th sasy women and men ar not equal... or admit you are lying.

males aren't mentioned in the 14th Amendment but males are. Citizens are equal before the law but one group of citizens isn't necessarily equal to another."

That makes ABSOLUTLY no sense. The 14th does not mention women because as of that point they did not vote there for the 2nd part oft h the 14th WHICH DEALT WITH RIGHT TO VOTE did not mention women. Again WHERE DID IT SAY THEY A RE NOT EQUAL.

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