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    Re: New Hampshire to vote on gay marriage repeal

    Quote Originally Posted by Misterveritis View Post
    Do you then agree that I have the right to carry my concealed weapon authorized by my state into every other state in the nation?
    I see no problem with that. In fact, I don't think one should need permission from government to carry a gun concealed or open. Nor do I see government as having proper tool from preventing two people from exercising their right to contract and engaging in the terms of the Marriage License.
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    Re: New Hampshire to vote on gay marriage repeal

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Chicken **** answers are chicken ****. Oh...theres no problem with protesting at mormon churches or attacking republicans for daring to believe the exact same way as Obama...but liberals dont have the balls to protest black churches, Hispanic groups, democrat politicians. Gutless...spineless. Pathetic.
    I cant make it any more clear for you. I cannot consider someone a bigot when they have done more for LGBT rights then anybody else. And your personal attacks dont really help your point btw.

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    Re: New Hampshire to vote on gay marriage repeal

    Quote Originally Posted by Omgitsme View Post
    I cant make it any more clear for you. I cannot consider someone a bigot when they have done more for LGBT rights then anybody else. And your personal attacks dont really help your point btw.
    I cannot more clearly point out blatant hypocrisy. If a republican said these kind of things he would be burning in effigy. Wehn people that disagree with you on this site say these very things they are labelled intolerant, bigots, and homophobes. Hypocrisy...yeah...you has it.

    Barack Obama on Gay Marriage - YouTube
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    Re: New Hampshire to vote on gay marriage repeal

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    Well you got 2 strikes on you in that you believe in infanticide in the womb and gay marriage...................Especially the butchery in the womb........It boggles the mind how anyone could sleep at night after the 42,000,000 innocent defenseless babies that have been killed since 1972.
    Really? Apparently you don't know a lot about me do you? You might want to check up on my stance on abortion there.
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    Re: New Hampshire to vote on gay marriage repeal

    Quote Originally Posted by Misterveritis View Post
    I was unaware of that. Which states put it on their ballots to let the voters in their states vote?

    A poll is not a vote.

    In other words the people did not vote.

    I suppose the difference is that we have had votes to express the will of the people and the people have said no. To hold a vote and then overturn the express will of the people through the courts does harm to the courts, the state and the people. it lessens the legitimacy of the courts and the state in the eyes of the people.

    Well, no. The Constitution is not there to make sure that the will of he people can be overturned by a court. It is there to limit the power of the state.
    This sounds like your entire complaint is that we are not a direct democracy. We are not supposed to be a direct democracy where everyone gets to vote on every single issue. Get over it.
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    Re: New Hampshire to vote on gay marriage repeal

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    I cannot more clearly point out blatant hypocrisy. If a republican said these kind of things he would be burning in effigy. Wehn people that disagree with you on this site say these very things they are labelled intolerant, bigots, and homophobes. Hypocrisy...yeah...you has it.
    Barack Obama on Gay Marriage - YouTube
    Barack Obama on Gay Marriage - YouTube
    Show me a Republican or anyone who has said exactly what Obama said there, and still got attacked, and you can call it hypocritical (of course, I'm not personally being hypocritical because I haven't even called anyone homophobic for being against same sex marriage).

    And most people are labeled intolerant or bigots for trying to legally keep marriage only between a man and a woman. Obama very specifically said that he would not do that. He may believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman but that doesn't mean the same thing as trying to prevent marriage from being between two men or two women as well.
    "A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt

    Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.

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    Re: New Hampshire to vote on gay marriage repeal

    Quote Originally Posted by StillBallin75 View Post
    Hmm...kinda like you giving a crap about whether or not they get married?
    They can do anything they want.......Just don't call it marriage.....that name is taken.
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    Re: New Hampshire to vote on gay marriage repeal

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    They can do anything they want.......Just don't call it marriage.....that name is taken.
    You nor religion owns that word.

    The word means a union that makes two people legal family. That has included same sex couples for a small while now.
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    Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.

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    Re: New Hampshire to vote on gay marriage repeal

    Quote Originally Posted by Your Star View Post
    Yes, you are talking about them.
    I don't know a lot of gay people but the ones I do know just want equal rights and don't care what you call it.....Like I said with the exception of a few militant gays it is the "Feel Good Libs" who are pushing this issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roguenuke View Post
    Show me a Republican or anyone who has said exactly what Obama said there, and still got attacked, and you can call it hypocritical (of course, I'm not personally being hypocritical because I haven't even called anyone homophobic for being against same sex marriage).

    And most people are labeled intolerant or bigots for trying to legally keep marriage only between a man and a woman. Obama very specifically said that he would not do that. He may believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman but that doesn't mean the same thing as trying to prevent marriage from being between two men or two women as well.
    That same perspective is taken by MANY people. It mirrors mine and many people have said the exact same thing here. We know how well that goes over. If a republican said he of she believed that the states should have the right to choose, that they were not in favor of gy marriage but supported civil unions and protections he would not receive protective fire from the gay community. He or she would be labelled an intolerant bigot and homophobe for dating to suggest the states should have the right to choose to prevent gay marriage.

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