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You should see the annual swimsuit issue!
Yeah, let's crack down on the VOLUNTARY offering/use of above-board "payday loan" services so that we can send people back to getting loans from crime organizations.
Funny how we hear about "unstoppable momentum" for the neutering of marriage based on the polling of young people, but many of the same people do not say polls like this and others that show youth support for restricting abortion indicate abortion bans are inevitable. Hmmm.
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Let Them Eat Cake

Ken the Playful Walrus Wrote: Mar 04, 2014 11:33 AM
Should the Christian bakers carry cake toppers with two grooms and others with two brides?
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Let Them Eat Cake

Ken the Playful Walrus Wrote: Mar 04, 2014 11:31 AM
"The Christian bakers who refused to bake the cake might have used their opportunity to tell the gay couple about the God who loves them more then they could ever love each other." Yeah, good luck with that. You'll get an eye roll, or a snicker, or a sneer, or a boycott complete with protests, maybe even a harassment lawsuit. A brideless or groomless wedding is an ACTION, a mockery of holy matrimony (matrimony is literally impossible between two men). Yes, Jesus loved and still loves, but He did not encourage, celebrate, or participate in sin.
Obama & Holder would have ignored the law anyway. Nothing stands in the way of homofascism!
Brewer likes he kneecaps intact and horses to keep their heads, apparently. Saying SB1062 would allow people to mistreat gays is like saying self-defense laws allow people to murder gays.
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Modern Family?

Ken the Playful Walrus Wrote: Feb 28, 2014 7:02 PM
"Married men tend to earn more money than single men -- as much as 44 percent more after controlling for age, IQ, education, experience, race and number of children." Which is the horse, and which is the buggy? All of those factors being equal, is a woman more likely to marry a man who has more cash or less cash? I think any honest person can answer that one. I'd like to believe I earn more because I'm married, but I know for a fact I have less take-home pay as a result of being married. Furthermore, by government force, at least half of everything I earn legally belongs to my wife. So my unmarried counterpart only has to earn slightly over half of my earnings to actually have more wealth than I do. My wife is fairly good about money, but we still buy all kinds of stuff and spend all kinds of money I would not spend as an unmarried man. And don't cite the money single guys spend on women. Women give it away for free now. No money needs to be spent.
You want it both ways, Joe. You want to say homosexuality is an identity, not a behavior, and then you want to say it is a behavior.
Yeah, and I remember when even homosexuality activists were saying the claim that they were going to end up neutering marriage licenses was an absurd scare tactic because "we just want to be left alone". What happened to that?
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