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Defending Marriage, Fighting Democracy

Dante9 Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 1:51 PM
Dude, there is no correlation between inter-racial marriage and how blacks voted in regards to Prop 8. Try another inane and pointless argument if it will make you feel better.
Dante9 Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 11:05 AM
Times change. They have since the dawn of time. Get used to it because there is nothing you or your un-evolved, angry homophobes can do about it, especially because your offspring have already relegated this issue to the dustpan of history.

In the meantime, comments like yours give fodder for people like me who like to make comments like this for fun on our coffee breaks.
jkash1776 Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 7:03 PM
No, you forget. Every social welfare program that libs support actually traces back to their root belief. That blacks ARE inferior.
jkash1776 Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 7:01 PM
Oh Dude, there is only no correlation for those of you who cannot restrain yourself from visiting every site which has not surrendered to your cause. As you know deep down this is imposing values on people and persecuting them if they don't adhere to it, you are rightly terrified that the balance of power will shift and our kangaroo courts and government will return to being the servants of the people, not the arbiters of our freedoms.
Bill1895 Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 2:34 PM
'Dude'? Unless blacks are insenstive bigots, they would want to protect the rights of others.

So either blacks are bigots or they don't see race and homosexuality as related issues.
Cambermeister Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 2:03 PM
It 's not pointless Dante9. Marriage...since the dawn of time has been a multi-gender endeavor. To grasp for comparative justification is sad. Especially when compared with a small part of humanity over a very short time frame.
In two cases last week, lawyers urged the Supreme Court to respect the democratic process by upholding bans on legal recognition of gay marriages. But only one of those bans can plausibly be portrayed as representing the will of the people.

Proposition 8, the 2008 ballot initiative that overturned a California Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage, reflected popular opposition to what was perceived as arrogant meddling by unelected judges. Although the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was driven by a similar populist impulse, in practice it frustrates the will of the people in states where voters or their elected...