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Updated: 2010-02-26T17:12:00.255-08:00

 



Lando...I don't know what "scare" tactic I used. ...

2008-05-16T13:29:00.000-07:00

Lando...I don't know what "scare" tactic I used. I just simply pointed out that our Supreme Court has decided that the vote our state had that defined marriage as "one dude and one chick" is null and void.

Somehow that 5,000+ year tradition is now considered "discriminatory".

Some of us value marriage and don't want to see it desecrated. But if in fact "one dude and one chick" is discriminatory, I think I'll ask Sue to marry me.

I know she's already married, but if her husband is cool with it, why not? If we all decide to be married together, to deny us that right would be discriminatory as well.



Call the Governator's Office: (916)445-2841. Tel...

2008-05-16T11:08:00.000-07:00

Call the Governator's Office: (916)445-2841. Tell this putz that it's over; we can recall him and recall these Judges.



Nice scare tactics Nigel but the court in this cas...

2008-05-16T11:04:00.000-07:00

Nice scare tactics Nigel but the court in this case did not make law, they interpreted the law on the books in light of their constitution. The courts historically have upheld the rights of religions to hold beliefs outside of the constitutional law, such as the Mormons ban on interracial marriages and giving priesthood to those of african descent until 1978 when the Mormon prophet declared he had a revelation from god.



Good question, Sue. Actually, it might not have m...

2008-05-15T13:54:00.000-07:00

Good question, Sue. Actually, it might not have much effect at all until our US Supreme Court follows suit.

Then it's gay wedding cake for everyone!

Anyway, I can envision a scenario where a gay couple decides to challenge a church's doctrine...just to make a point. A church refuses to perform the ceremony and these 7 monkeys get to make another "landmark ruling".



If a church clergy can refuse to marry a couple ba...

2008-05-15T13:50:00.000-07:00

If a church clergy can refuse to marry a couple based on the doctrine of the church, how would they be forced to marry a couple that is gay?

I ask this because I asked a pastor to marry me, and he said no, because I have a child out of wedlock. (We eventually eloped with a JP.) It was against their doctrine to wed us.

I wonder how this will affect the rest of the country.