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Love, California Style

Jerome41 Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 9:49 AM
So only Christians can be conservatives? There are no Jewish conservatives? NO atheist conservatives? Wow, I didn't know that Christians had a monopoly on the term conservatives. News to me. You should teach political science somewhere, Kissinger.
renny4 Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 4:31 PM
No, but most rel. value and cons. views are relatively compatible: moral precepts, law and order, traditional values, capitalism, and ind. reponsibility and choice (not "choice" abortion) and real choices like buyng incandescent light bulbs, what school to attend, and what career to build.
DCM in FL Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 12:25 PM
The point is that conservatism has its basis in Judeo-Christian values.

Are you trying to dispute just for the sake of disputing?

Marriage returned to the two-parent union of a 1950s sitcom on Tuesday as the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the legal challenge to Proposition 8, the California-voter-approved measure that banned same-sex marriage in 2008. Urging the court to overturn Prop. 8, attorney Ted Olson argued that the law stigmatized same-sex couples by consigning them to a status that labels "their most cherished relationships as second-rate, different, unequal and not OK."

It's a complete turnaround for California, the state that pioneered dismissing marriage as a meaningless legality. In 1976, the California Supreme Court recognized the notion of "palimony"...