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Moraga, CA

Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

I see your point and if people want Polygamist they need to fight for just like every other person black white gay straight. They need to earn there keep just like everyone else and go through the system just like everyone else.  (Jun 3, 2013 | post #194435)

Moraga, CA

Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

The answer to that question is that most Polygamist societies either are two class societies or they become two class societies eventually. Generally speaking in a society there is roughly the same amount of women as their are men. So a society could maintain itself well enough, through monogamy. One wife one husband. It works out mathematically and everyone is happy. The only thing is most societies did not do that. Most societies in history allowed more than one wife, though often there may have been a lot of rules about it. Let us say that one third of the men marry all of the women. Then what do all the other men do? You have two thirds of the men who are milling about. And then a war starts. Suppose that this war is against strict monogamists (a foreign nation). Who is going to fight harder, the monogamists or the polygamists? Remember the two third men who are milling about? Do they look to you to be all motivated, to fight for the one third with the wives to you? Once the fighting begins the monogamist are organized and are a band of the brothers and for most part everyone loves each other, where as the polygamists hate each, at least the two third hate the one third. So the monogamists win in battle, they institute their laws and there language, and monogamy becomes the law for everyone, because eventually the monogamist take over everyone. The entire world becomes monogamist eventually. This actually happened. First the monogamist Greeks, then the monogamist Romans, took over the world of Mesopotamia. Whenever the other countries fought against them the Greeks and then later the Romans, were far superior in actual combat. Band of brothers verses people that were jealous and envious and hated each other. It really is as simple as that. Call it societal Darwinism. The Greco-Roman society is where our laws about marriage primarily come from. All the countries of Europe continued the Greco-Roman tradition of monogamy. Europe in turn became the preeminent power in the world, thanks in no small part to the policy of monogamy, while at the same time as this was happening, the rest of the world was mostly polygamist. Monogamy-ism helps social cohesion leading to greater cooperation among the soldier class, and also greater economic prosperity as well (the economic class is likewise more cooperative with each other). In a nutshell that is why our laws and traditions are the way that they are.  (Jun 2, 2013 | post #194169)

Moraga, CA

Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

1. Massachusetts (2004) 2. Connecticut (2008) 3. Iowa (2009) 4. Vermont (2009) 5. Washington DC (2009) 6. New Hampshire (2010) 7. New York (2011) 8. Maine (2012) 9. Maryland (2012) 10. Washington (2012) Oh shit son is that three more states WOOT Obama 4 More Years Next stop California Prop 8 is going down.  (Nov 7, 2012 | post #167044)

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Is homosexuality a sin?

LoL I have a Family and a career and i'm gay. My husband has a masters of business administration degree. I hold a Master of Science in Nursing. Oh wait and here the best part we have kids OH MY. damn you just been proven wrong.  (Oct 25, 2012 | post #75796)

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Is homosexuality a sin?

what am i lying about that your a waste. Pls show me where i have been lying to anyone i dare you to show me buddy.  (Oct 19, 2012 | post #75370)

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Is homosexuality a sin?

yawn* you bring no real help to this fourm so why are you talking. Let me guess you like to read what you type that way you can pretend that it is real. Take your weak a$$ out of here you a waste. P.S How is everyone  (Oct 19, 2012 | post #75333)

Moraga, CA

Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

Turning now to the November election, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has donated two point five million dollars to support a marriage equality referendum in Washington. Voters will decide whether to approve or reject marriage equality in less than 100 days. Polling on Ref 74 is currently too close to call, with 50% supporting the measure and 43% rejecting it. And there’s confusion over the meaning of a vote, with many not understanding that an “approve” vote means upholding the marriage equality law. In Maine, fundraisers have brought in one point two million dollars for their marriage equality measure. The opposition, on the other hand, has raised less than fifty thousand dollars. Polling shows residents support the freedom to marry by a margin of 57 to 35 percent. The Democratic National Committee is moving towards approving marriage equality in the official party platform. The plank was unanimously approved by a 15-member panel this weekend. Now it’ll undergo discussion at an August 10 meeting in Detroit. Then it’ll be finalized at the Charlotte, North Carolina convention in early September. The pressure is on for a marriage ruling by the US Supreme Court. An appellate court hearing in the Golinski case was scheduled for September, but that’s been put on hold pending a decision on whether the Supreme Court will take the case instead. Meanwhile, both New York City and Massachusetts asked the Supreme Court last week to rule on the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act. This comes on the heels of a report from New York that their first year of marriage equality brought two hundred and fifty nine million dollars to the state. And there’s been plenty of international progress lately. Scotland has announced new marriage equality legislation that carries majority support in Parliament. If approved, that law could go into effect in 2013. David Cameron, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, pledged this week to legalize the freedom to marry by 2015. And John Key, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, pledged his support for a marriage equality bill that’s been selected for a vote by the end of the year. And despite a spotty record on human rights, officials in Vietnam are now studying options for recognizing LGBT relationships. But there’s bad news in Poland this week, where Parliament blocked a debate on establishing civil unions. Under some interpretations, Poland’s constitution may prohibit any relationship recognition, but the ruling Civic Platform party will continue its work on a partnership law.  (Aug 1, 2012 | post #152722)

Moraga, CA

Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

DNA organisms probably developed from RNA organisms, which in turn developed from something else. What that "something else" might be is unknown, and may never be known. The descendants have pretty much taken over the biosphere and there isn't much left of earlier forms to be able to tell. It is virtually certain that scientists will be able to create some sort of life within the next hundred years or so. That will give some useful clues as to how it might have happened in the first place. There are three things on which scientists agree: it isn't necessary to suppose any sort of divine intervention to start things rolling; it would be a violation of the laws of physics if one did; and it is provably useless to suppose any such theory.  (Jul 22, 2012 | post #151383)

Moraga, CA

Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

You should talk about duck and dodge question you the god damn queen of it.  (Jul 10, 2012 | post #149795)

Moraga, CA

Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

Thats all hear say. Can you prove that you have that letter. I wanna know who the hell gave you one. If that the case I have a letter too. Oh wait I dont need one i live on my own just fine. Bills and everything paid for on the 5 and 20 of ever month.  (Jul 8, 2012 | post #149495)

Moraga, CA

Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

Your right it is my constitutional right to date and marry the person that I love and I have and there not much you can do about it. So what if there are girlymen out there did you forget not all striaght people are big mucho men either. Hmmmmm as far as me being a second class person it only a matter of time little dude. Oh by the way how that washington vote turning out looks like gay marriage is coming to wasington soon.  (Jul 4, 2012 | post #148500)

Moraga, CA

Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

LOL I wont bash you at all Bro. Never been with a man that acts or talks like a girl. I'm so happy you know so much about gay people it's really funny. You think you can just put all gay people in one group and thats all of us. Think again your wrong for saying that. Oh also i'm not anti-straight it's you striaght types that get all scared and plug you butt hole because you think we are after you. New flash BRO most gay people do not think striaght guys are hot some of you are very good looking but most of you rate a 2 on my scale at least. So before you go mouthing off about something you do not know or you do not understand maybe you should shut up and do some research.  (Jul 4, 2012 | post #148463)

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Concord, California

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Q bar, Badlands, Toad Hall, and 1220

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I eat sushi and play some Games

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