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    Re: Pa. gov: Gay marriage is like marriage of siblings

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    marriage is a right, no amount of stomping your feet and holding your breath will change that fact
    Actually, this brings up something which interests me...

    Could a state, or the federal gov, completely eliminate marriage as a legal system? Obviously the religious/social aspect (X person wants to stay with Y person for the "rest of their lives") cannot be removed...heh...legally....

    But the legal aspect...is it required by some law?
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    Re: Pa. gov: Gay marriage is like marriage of siblings

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Nick View Post
    You're comparing apples and grapefruit while attempting to call it "fruit" in general..

    Besides the courts are tyrannical to begin with considering their entire premise is to override the state and federal legislature in the processes - so what is the point of a state and federal legislature? to throw dog **** at the wall and see what sticks?
    this tactic always make me laugh

    Hatuey gives you a factual analogy that proves you wrong and you write of the analogy and say it doesnt count based on . . . . . . .oh yeah, nothing but your opinion . Thats a fail

    oh yeah and you deem it a conspiracy theory by the judges, thats hilarious.
    Watching posters destroy the lies and nonsense you post is hilarious.
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    Re: Pa. gov: Gay marriage is like marriage of siblings

    J still doesn't get it the concept of "ignore."

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    Re: Pa. gov: Gay marriage is like marriage of siblings

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Nick View Post
    As a libertarian my personal opinion on the issue is not needed...

    I'm merely pointing out "why" gay marriage is not accepted federally and why some states allow the idea and others don't...

    For the last time I'm going to tell you that heterosexual "marriage" isn't even legal - it's status quo.

    Once again this has absolutely nothing to do with "gay rights" - this is adequate to "no fair" not discrimination or "gay rights."

    Seems you're too big of an advocate to even consider, rationalize or even acknowledge what I'm telling you.
    another dodge, weird you wont answer him
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    Re: Pa. gov: Gay marriage is like marriage of siblings

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Nick View Post
    NO you're refering to the "Equal Protection Clause."
    Lol, I'm now getting a serious kick watching you do pirouettes. So you're saying that interracial marriage is legal as per the 14th, but it should not be legal as per the same amendment?
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    Re: Pa. gov: Gay marriage is like marriage of siblings

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    WHOOOOOA!!!!

    the dip**** doesnt represent the all of us lol

    PA is actually slated to be one of the next states to have gay marriage two pending court cases are going to see to that. all he is just upset because PAs AG wont defined the bannings of gay marriage so he has too lol
    I think the problem with the article in the OP is that it completely misconstrues the PA Governor's statement.

    Granted I don't by any means agree with the guy on everything, but in this case it seems to me that he said nothing wrong. Assuming I am understanding things correctly here.
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    Re: Pa. gov: Gay marriage is like marriage of siblings

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Nick View Post
    Oh yeah but you're still stuck on "gay rights" as if gays are being systematically discriminated against...
    they factually are and have been
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    Re: Pa. gov: Gay marriage is like marriage of siblings

    How is it much different? If they argument is that we shouldn't discriminate against other people's relationships and people should be able to marry freely then why keep incest bans in place while SSM is somehow an "equality" or "human rights" issue?
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    Re: Pa. gov: Gay marriage is like marriage of siblings

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mark View Post
    Actually, this brings up something which interests me...

    Could a state, or the federal gov, completely eliminate marriage as a legal system? Obviously the religious/social aspect (X person wants to stay with Y person for the "rest of their lives") cannot be removed...heh...legally....

    But the legal aspect...is it required by some law?
    You do realize marriage (gay straight) has never been LAW...

    The union has NEVER been legislated...

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    Re: Pa. gov: Gay marriage is like marriage of siblings

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mark View Post
    Actually, this brings up something which interests me...

    1.) Could a state
    2.), or the federal gov, completely eliminate marriage as a legal system?
    3.)Obviously the religious/social aspect (X person wants to stay with Y person for the "rest of their lives") cannot be removed...heh...legally....
    4.) But the legal aspect...is it required by some law?
    1.)state? no
    2.) federal? maybe i dont know, it be very hard since scotus has already deemed it a right 14 times over a matter of 100+ years
    3.) true but religion is meaningless to it
    4.) this question is actually deeper than you think.

    its no required but marriage is no more than a legal contract so where would that start and end
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