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    Re: Do you support legalizing gay marriage?

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    I don't understand why religious people are not on board with civil unions for everyone and call it what one wants according to whatever authority one respects.

    What's the problem with that?
    Evil and sin, unopposed, manifests itself in every crevice of society...like it or not. It negatively affects everything.
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    Re: Do you support legalizing gay marriage?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    Turkey.

    What did I win?
    Doesn't really count....secular government
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    Re: Do you support legalizing gay marriage?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    Morocco.
    Constitutional monarchy...also secular
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    Re: Do you support legalizing gay marriage?

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    Evil and sin, unopposed, manifests itself in every crevice of society...like it or not. It negatively affects everything.
    Homosexuality and SSM are neither evil nor sinful.
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    Re: Do you support legalizing gay marriage?

    Quote Originally Posted by Quag View Post
    Homosexuality and SSM are neither evil nor sinful.
    That would your opinion, man.

    For more believe they are exactly that.
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    Re: Do you support legalizing gay marriage?

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    That would your opinion, man.

    For more believe they are exactly that.
    Actually less and less people are believing as you do.
    regardless belief is not a reason to deny people rights. THAT is evil and sinful.
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    Re: Do you support legalizing gay marriage?

    Quote Originally Posted by Quag View Post
    Actually less and less people are believing as you do.
    regardless belief is not a reason to deny people rights. THAT is evil and sinful.
    I'm under no obligation to allow rights to sinful actions. That's exactly what I'm referring to.
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    Re: Do you support legalizing gay marriage?

    Quote Originally Posted by Logicman View Post
    Here's a stone you'd better watch out for.
    Diversion from the facts of history.

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    I know of no Christians who have stoned anyone to death........Now your radical Muslim friends is another matter.
    Diversion from the facts of history and an attempt to minimize the intolerance solidarity you share with Muslims.
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    Re: Do you support legalizing gay marriage?

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    I'm under no obligation to allow rights to sinful actions. That's exactly what I'm referring to.
    No you have no power to grant or deny rights, that power rests with the govt.
    However your feelings on the matter are NOT a reason to deny rights to others. That is EVil.
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    Re: Do you support legalizing gay marriage?

    I keep hearing this assertion that there is some constitutional right to same-sex marriage. But that's all it is, an assertion. The people who keep making it can never make a coherent, constitutionally-based argument. They aren't alone, though--the federal judges who have signed onto the homosexual agenda can't make that argument either.

    The decisions of these courts are nothing but judicial fiat. They unconstitutionally trample on the rights of large majorities to make their own laws and do not deserve respect. The recent one out of Virginia that declares same-sex marriage a fundamental right is an especially outrageous new departure. The Supreme Court has been very careful to avoid suggesting anything so ludicrous. But a Court that can concoct a "fundamental right" to abortion out of thin air is capable of anything--if it thinks the American people will sit still for it.

    The Supreme Court is not the sole arbiter of what the Constitution means, even though it arrogated that authority to itself in Cooper v. Aaron in 1958. It is the people who have the final say, and they have several means available to frustrate or nullify unreasonable interpretations of the Constitution by the Supreme Court. Here are some of them:

    A President may simply decline to enforce a decision, as Lincoln did with Dred Scott. Or, Congress may pass laws that frustrate the decision, and dare the Court to strike them down. Congress also has power to remove the jurisdiction of the lower federal courts over cases involving a certain issue, making it practically impossible to bring a claim that a state law violates the Supreme Court's holding on that issue. Impeaching a justice may be the most extreme remedy. It's only been done once, long ago--but it may be time to look into it again.

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