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    Re: Paris Riots After Gay Marriage Vote

    Quote Originally Posted by Bronson View Post
    Gay Marriage is not a "Right" anymore than a father marrying his son is a "Right"
    Or any more than a man marrying a woman is a right.

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    Re: Paris Riots After Gay Marriage Vote

    Quote Originally Posted by tererun View Post
    Or any more than a man marrying a woman is a right.
    Exactly

    Marriage is not a "Civil Right"

    Glad we finally agree on something

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    Re: Paris Riots After Gay Marriage Vote

    Quote Originally Posted by Bronson View Post
    Exactly

    Marriage is not a "Civil Right"

    Glad we finally agree on something
    As long as the government has a contract involved with it then it is a part of civil rights. Also where i would love for the government to get out of the love business it does have a purpose in being involved in litigating civil matters like the breaking up of partners, or even in the establishment of legal responsibilities in partnerships for decision making purposes on death and incapacitating injury. As long as we have partnership contracts with legal responsibilities the government will have a reason to hear complaints in court. Yes, those are rights we have in civil courts which gays should also have as long as everyone else does.

    But don't let that stop your bigotry.

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    Re: Paris Riots After Gay Marriage Vote

    Equal protection under the law is a civil right
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    Justice Thomas' opinions consistently contain precise, detailed constitutional analyses.
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    Re: Paris Riots After Gay Marriage Vote

    Quote Originally Posted by tererun View Post
    As long as the government has a contract involved with it then it is a part of civil rights. Also where i would love for the government to get out of the love business it does have a purpose in being involved in litigating civil matters like the breaking up of partners, or even in the establishment of legal responsibilities in partnerships for decision making purposes on death and incapacitating injury. As long as we have partnership contracts with legal responsibilities the government will have a reason to hear complaints in court. Yes, those are rights we have in civil courts which gays should also have as long as everyone else does.

    But don't let that stop your bigotry.
    The bigot card when you can't refute facts doesn't interest me. That's a lazy copout.

    By everyone else do you also mean sisters marrying sisters. Brothers marrying Brothers. Fathers marrying adult children ect? Those would be considered "partnership contracts" too.

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Equal protection under the law is a civil right
    So anyone should be able to change the definition of marriage and "marry" to fit their sexual behaviors. Got it

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    Re: Paris Riots After Gay Marriage Vote

    Quote Originally Posted by Bronson View Post
    The bigot card when you can't refute facts doesn't interest me. That's a lazy copout.

    By everyone else do you also mean sisters marrying sisters. Brothers marrying Brothers. Fathers marrying adult children ect? Those would be considered "partnership contracts" too.
    you didnt present any facts though LMAO

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    Re: Paris Riots After Gay Marriage Vote

    Quote Originally Posted by Bronson View Post
    The bigot card when you can't refute facts doesn't interest me. That's a lazy copout.
    Actually, I did refute you before that, but next time feel free to cut that part of the quote out it will make you seem a little more reliable.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bronson View Post
    By everyone else do you also mean sisters marrying sisters. Brothers marrying Brothers. Fathers marrying adult children ect? Those would be considered "partnership contracts" too.
    Like always you delve into absurdity when you decide to go somewhere. I do however, agree that family members should be allowed special legal responsibilities like shared health care, legal decision making in the case of injury, hospital visitation rights, shared wealth and inheritance, and most of the things a marriage contract legally deals with. Oh, and yes family members already have methods of having those partnerships in a legal sense. What you are talking about stopping is sexual relations which the marriage contract actually does little about considering you are allowed to have sexual relations without a marriage contract, but yet things like sex with a child are illegal no matter what. So you are arguing a completely different point and laws that do not connect with each other. Being married does not make sex automatically legal considering you can have a rape of a spouse.

    So do you have any real points, or are we just going to hear more about you not being a bigot.

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    Re: Paris Riots After Gay Marriage Vote

    Quote Originally Posted by clownboy View Post
    It was more possible federally before DOMA, but when I say DOMA was a reaction to your side's overreach, you deny that.

    It wasn't reaction to overreach; it was reaction, period. As in, by reactionaries.

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    Re: Paris Riots After Gay Marriage Vote

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    it should be astonishing how many of you who talk so much and really do care so much don't know

    with all due respect, you really need to read more and talk less
    Or, ignore things like this that do not directly affect us, while focusing on more important domestic issues..
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    Re: Paris Riots After Gay Marriage Vote

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Equal protection under the law is a civil right
    And we currently all have the exact same rights, you can deny it all you want, however it is quite provable.

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