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Debating Same-Sex Marriage

Fabius Cunctator Wrote: Jun 07, 2012 8:16 PM
Re: Denise67 6June 6:48 PM Re: "Compensation" You are introducing a straw man, and using a semantic argument. There is only one true marriage; only with semantics can you say that there is a "traditional" marriage and, also another "marriage" that is non-traditional. True marriage has existed for 6,000 years. Homosexual "marriage" exists only in the minds of emotionally disordered people called homosexuals.
Aura Wrote: Jun 07, 2012 9:11 PM
Ah, the "because I said so!" rule! One true marriage is what the government, which hands out the marriage licenses, determines what marriage is, and what it means and who gets to do it.

I think the emotionally disordered people are those that are obsessed with stopping legal same-sex marriage.

This week, the full 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused to hear any more arguments on gay marriage.

Appellate Judge Diarmuid O'Scannlain's dissent was scathing: "Based on a two-judge majority's gross misapplication of Romer v. Evans, we have now declared that animus must have been the only conceivable motivation for a sovereign state to have remained committed to a definition of marriage that has existed for millennia," he said. Worse, the judge went on, the decision overrules the votes of 7 million Californians based on an interpretation of Romer v. Evans that would be "unrecognizable" to those who wrote it.

Serendipitously, this...