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Usher In A Redefinition of Marriage, Usher Out Religious Liberty

Cambermeister Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 1:17 PM
Tinsldr2, you said; "he claims rights come from Gov then he calls stuff people EARN "freebies"" You've been frantically searching for some legal justification Tinsldr2. About two dozen times you've cited some woman...that 'married' a government worker and now demands federal benefits she never earned. OK, Tinsldr2...now go back to your double line name-calling.
Tinsldr2 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 1:24 PM
Ok Camber

hat 'married' a government worker and now demands federal benefits she never earned.


here is the case:
http://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=12291552107009775855&q=Gill+v.+Office+of+Personnel+Management&hl=en&as_sdt=2,11&as_vis=1

have you read it? Not a summary but the actual case?

Please tell me how she did not earn the Benefits when she did the same job as another person who earned them. The Circuit Court has said she earned them but stayed the execution of their decision until the SC heard the case , and the Supreme Court placed the case on the Docket to be heard this year.

NOTE: This is the fourth column in a series of columns related to National Marriage Week, Feb. 7-14, 2013. The third column is available here.

Disagreements and projections abound in the dialogue about marriage and its redefinition to include same-sex couples. But both sides agree on one issue: redefining marriage significantly jeopardizes religious freedom—the first liberty upon which our nation was founded.

The convergence of several factors creates this unavoidable clash between religious liberty and redefining marriage. First, the vast majority of religious adherents in America believe that marriage is the union of one man and one woman. And because...