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Super Bowl or Gay Equality Bowl

Tinsldr2 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 7:48 PM
You are 100% wrong Diogenese The second part they can have in any state in the union. All they need to find is a clergy that can perform the ceremony and many clergy will and they can get married It is the first part, the civil equal protection under the law they are denied. Currently there is a case headed to the Supreme Court where two women legally married by a state are denied equal protection under federal law that other legal couples are granted.

Is it too much to ask that the focus of this Sunday be on football and not on “gay rights”? Will I be branded as a homophobic bigot for daring to make such a request? (I can answer that already: Yes!)

Last week, Fox News ran the headline, “Baltimore Raven linebacker [Brendon Ayanbadejo] uses Super Bowl spotlight to promote gay marriage,” reporting that, “Hours after Ayanbadejo’s team beat the New England Patriots on Sunday, paving their way to football’s biggest game, the three-time Pro Bowl special teams player wrote an email to gay marriage proponents asking how he could use...