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‘Marriage Equality’ Spells ‘Marriage Extinction’

Dwight1961 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 6:43 PM
Where was your stupid rants when the Clintons and Obama were AGAINST gay marriage, you f*u*c*king p*r*ick?
Dante9 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 9:03 PM
One of the businesses I own is in research and its interesting to see how people from all demographics express their sentiments went the issue is one in which thgey are heavily invested emotionally. Considering the frame of reference here, ie staunch conservatism and the venting ground that is all things Townhall, when you push buttons with nameless respondees you get all sort of off-center reactions that reveal inner feelings. Extrapolate those to the society at large and you have a clear picture of what's wrong with the body politic,
AliveInHim Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 7:12 PM
Which makes me wonder why you're here in the first place.

I guess you can't stand it when people disagree with you!
Dante9 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 7:03 PM
Since I consider Slick Willie white trash, I never cared what he did or said. Obama is an opportunist and a seasoned one at that now. Yes still, I could care less what any politician thinks besides. All I care is that homophobes and the antigay suckheads like you drown in your own sorrow when you realize this was much to do about nothing and the way American life simple moved forward.

Some day you will be in such a minority, even in the Deep Ugly South, that you will long forget you wasted my time, let alone you own, on this matter. Then again, if I am wrong, you'll be the worse for wear because of your own wanton kuckleheadedness.

This week the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on two of the most critical cases of our time. On Tuesday, March 26, attorneys will make the pitch both for and against California’s Proposition 8. This, of course, is the Golden State’s pro-marriage amendment. It maintained the timeless definition of natural marriage as between man and wife.

Then, on Wednesday, March 27, the high court will consider the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), passed in 1996 with overwhelming bipartisan support and signed into law by then President Bill Clinton. It, likewise, secured the definition of legitimate marriage...