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    re: Texas Gay Marriage Ban Latest to Be Struck Down[W:97]

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    Their idea of the 10th is to put it on super-steroids, as we see on anti-gay.
    And now their latest affront is to voting rights in Ohio.
    The sensible Roberts Court will be kept busy by the State's wrongs being perpetrated, as in AZ .
    But, wait one, I thought Roberts was an eViL republiKKan that was going to destroy the court and the nation. Funny the difference a couple years can make.

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    re: Texas Gay Marriage Ban Latest to Be Struck Down[W:97]

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    as a blanket statement that is 100% false

    unless you can quote me the other 48 states and what thier duties are, thier oath is and what the laws says you got nothing

    in PA and VA where there were threads on ti and looked into it was 100% legal, ethical and met the requirements of thier oath, job and law.

    now if you can find out its not, i will agree with you and say i personally do not support holders suggestion for all states and think he is wrong but the two i looked into held up to legality, oath and job requirements 100%
    Since we're talking about Texas: Texplainer: Is the AG Required to Defend a State Law? | The Texas Tribune

    The Texas Constitution charges the attorney general, the state's top lawyer, with defending state laws and the state’s constitution. The attorney general is also charged with representing the state in litigation that challenges state laws or in lawsuits against state agencies or state employees, according to the attorney general's office website.

    Lauren Bean, a spokeswoman for the attorney general's office, said the elected officer is obligated to defend the state and its laws and cannot “pick and choose” which ones he or she is willing to defend based on political views.

    "The AG is not empowered to second-guess the wisdom or policy implications of a duly enacted Texas law," Bean said.

    It does go on to say that how that the state Constitution allows for how 'effectively' one chooses to defend the law.


    In this case, Texas AG Abbott will vigorously defend this law.
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    re: Texas Gay Marriage Ban Latest to Be Struck Down[W:97]

    Quote Originally Posted by sneakosview View Post
    Who's not equal? No one can marry someone of the same sex heterosexual or otherwise. That sounds pretty equal.
    sorry i dont have time to catch you up
    but in my first post you just quoted it conveniently has the info you need to answer those silly questions

    use my post and look at all the court cases regarding this, heres a link. also the most recent ones may not be there yet but htey all have links and names of the rullings. Reas them and see what all those judges said.
    You're welcome! i always like helping people find the info and facts they need

    this will help with the majority of them Same-sex marriage in the United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    re: Texas Gay Marriage Ban Latest to Be Struck Down[W:97]

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    yep the 10 is a failed strawman that nobody honest and educated buys lol
    I could extend this anti-GLBT phobia and abuse to other state's wrongs, but I would be thread derailing.
    Therefore, I will not mention the TX gun law that should be Nationalized, or that we should have just ONE 'CC' law, vs. 50.
    Or the two new voter suppression laws in Ohio today.

    stat doesn't get to violate individual rights
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    re: Texas Gay Marriage Ban Latest to Be Struck Down[W:97]

    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    The pap you're spewing is killing me.
    REPENT! There's still time.
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    re: Texas Gay Marriage Ban Latest to Be Struck Down[W:97]

    As usual, going all zimmer on me with your kk's has zero to do with my post.
    When the going gets tough, TEAs make unconstituional laws to disenfranchise voters and discriminate against 'those' people .
    Quote Originally Posted by clownboy View Post
    But, wait one, I thought Roberts was an eViL republiKKan that was going to destroy the court and the nation. Funny the difference a couple years can make.
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    re: Texas Gay Marriage Ban Latest to Be Struck Down[W:97]

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    1.)Since we're talking about Texas: Texplainer: Is the AG Required to Defend a State Law? | The Texas Tribune

    2.)The Texas Constitution charges the attorney general, the state's top lawyer, with defending state laws and the state’s constitution. The attorney general is also charged with representing the state in litigation that challenges state laws or in lawsuits against state agencies or state employees, according to the attorney general's office website.

    Lauren Bean, a spokeswoman for the attorney general's office, said the elected officer is obligated to defend the state and its laws and cannot “pick and choose” which ones he or she is willing to defend based on political views.

    "The AG is not empowered to second-guess the wisdom or policy implications of a duly enacted Texas law," Bean said.

    It does go on to say that how that the state Constitution allows for how 'effectively' one chooses to defend the law.


    3.)In this case, Texas AG Abbott will vigorously defend this law.
    1.) uhm TWO things
    A.) we were NOT talking about texas backpedaling now wont help this is what you said

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    Those state AGs are sworn to uphold the laws and Constitutions of their states. What Holder is suggesting is unethical and illegal.
    AGs plural
    States plural

    B.) did you read your own link? did you understand the part about unconstitutional?

    2.) her OPINION is meaningless until you can do this
    we need the state laws/constitution
    we need the states description of the duties of the AG
    and then we need the texas state's sworn oath of the AG

    many are worded the same and in fact say an AG can in fact choose not to defend a law the is unconstitutional

    3.) a school budget law? was there an argument saying that it was unconstitutional?

    what am i missing
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    re: Texas Gay Marriage Ban Latest to Be Struck Down[W:97]

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    I could extend this anti-GLBT phobia and abuse to other state's wrongs, but I would be thread derailing.
    Therefore, I will not mention the TX gun law that should be Nationalized, or that we should have just ONE 'CC' law, vs. 50.
    Or the two new voter suppression laws in Ohio today.


    RNC chief Reince Priebus refused to give an opinion on the AZ law, afraid to upset the Independents or his very own social engineers .
    He's just afraid of the mindless PC crowd screaming before the next election.

    He's a big pussy.
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    re: Texas Gay Marriage Ban Latest to Be Struck Down[W:97]

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    re: Texas Gay Marriage Ban Latest to Be Struck Down[W:97]

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    I could extend this anti-GLBT phobia and abuse to other state's wrongs, but I would be thread derailing.
    Therefore, I will not mention the TX gun law that should be Nationalized, or that we should have just ONE 'CC' law, vs. 50.
    Or the two new voter suppression laws in Ohio today.


    RNC chief Reince Priebus refused to give an opinion on the AZ law, afraid to upset the Independents or his very own social engineers .
    agree agree and agree

    what sucks about fighting against piece of **** states that infringe on individual rights like they do for gays with guns issue is its hard because some of the protesting or ignoring of the law could wind you up being a felon.

    unfortunately its much easier to fight against the state infringe on rights when it comes to gay marriage than it is for guns rights

    a couple can get married in one state, go to texas and then fight for rights or fight against discrimaintion and thats awesome

    but if i take my gun to texas in an illegal manner i quickly could be a felon. although i do have a CC in PA and currently texas recognize it.
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