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Gay Marriage and the Limits of Tradition

BrianR.3 Wrote: 17 hours ago (4:38 PM)
You're just repeating the same old garbage that didn't fly the first time around. And I notice that, just like all lefty morons, you didn't answer the question. So this time, answer it: Why can't Mom marry her adult son or daughter? Hmmmm...?
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Gay Marriage and the Limits of Tradition

BrianR.3 Wrote: 18 hours ago (3:13 PM)
BTW, answer he question, then. Why can't Mom marry her adult son or daughter?
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Gay Marriage and the Limits of Tradition

BrianR.3 Wrote: 18 hours ago (3:13 PM)
Stupidity of the comment.
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Gay Marriage and the Limits of Tradition

BrianR.3 Wrote: 19 hours ago (3:08 PM)
@WRH Bill I agree with the main thrust of your comment. Marriage has always been a state issue to define, which is why there's no universality to those laws. They vary from state to state. Which then goes back to, and illustrates, the thrust of my comments here: that we're letting unelected, unaccountable black-robed mandarins -- an oligarchy -- legislate from the bench in direct contradiction to the will of the people as reflected in elections. That is tyranny, plain and simple.
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Gay Marriage and the Limits of Tradition

BrianR.3 Wrote: 19 hours ago (3:03 PM)
You already tired that stupid "next of kin" argument previously, and it didn't improve with repetition. That's simply another "tradition" or "social norm" we can just throw on the trash bin, using your pathetic "logic".
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Gay Marriage and the Limits of Tradition

BrianR.3 Wrote: 19 hours ago (2:59 PM)
For that matter, why can't Mom marry her adult daughter?
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Gay Marriage and the Limits of Tradition

BrianR.3 Wrote: 19 hours ago (2:53 PM)
Answer the question, then. Why can't Mom marry her adult son?
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Gay Marriage and the Limits of Tradition

BrianR.3 Wrote: 20 hours ago (1:47 PM)
Elections are "mob rule"? You'd feel right at home in North Korea. By the way, I'm still waiting for an answer to my question, bubba. Why can't Mom marry her adult son, then?
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Gay Marriage and the Limits of Tradition

BrianR.3 Wrote: 20 hours ago (1:46 PM)
Elections are "mob rule"? You'd feel right at home in North Korea.
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Gay Marriage and the Limits of Tradition

BrianR.3 Wrote: 20 hours ago (1:37 PM)
"In reality, there is no such thing as traditional marriage, so what is it that the opponents of gay marriage are trying so desperately to preserve?" The right of the people to decide these issues for themselves, through the electoral process, and NOT have them handed down by imperial fiat imposed by unelected mandarins in black robes accountable to no one. How's THAT sound? And, as I've written here earlier, there is no "equal protection" issue that attaches, because gays have exactly the same rights as straights: to marry someone of the opposite sex. But since we're going to simply do away with "societal norms", why can't Mom "marry" her adult son, while we're at it? All the exact same issues attach, so why not?
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BrianR.3 Wrote: 20 hours ago (1:32 PM)
LOL! Sorry, bubba, but you're full of horse manure. That "primary kin" so=called argument is just another "societal norm" we can now feel free to ignore under your (and Chapman's) lame thesis.
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