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  • changed

    3 6.12%
  • is exactly the same

    35 71.43%
  • is better thanks to SCOTUS ruling

    4 8.16%
  • is completely worthless thanks to SCOTUS ruling

    2 4.08%
  • has been ruined thanks to SCOTUS ruling

    2 4.08%
  • I'm divorcing because of SCOTUS ruling

    2 4.08%
  • what ruling? Who's SCOTUS?

    1 2.04%
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    Re: Has your marriage changed since SCOTUS ruling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unitedwestand13 View Post
    Yes... They will be mocking the judicial interpretations exhibited by justices Alito and Scalia..
    My hope is that future historians see it fit to use the phrase "salty as f-ck" when writing about Scalia. Especially for this week.

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    Re: Has your marriage changed since SCOTUS ruling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Yes or no, and why if yes. Please.

    How long have you been married?

    Did the SSM ruling by SCOTUS somehow change your marriage?
    The question misses the point. Do you understand why?

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    Re: Has your marriage changed since SCOTUS ruling?

    Quote Originally Posted by joG View Post
    The question misses the point. Do you understand why?
    Enlighten us.
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    Re: Has your marriage changed since SCOTUS ruling?

    My marriage has changed in definition only. It was considered a traditional value and has now been open for all interpretations. Nothing has changed in the way I think about my marriage or the way I will act in my marriage.

    I have been married 22 years this August. I wouldn't change anything.

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    Re: Has your marriage changed since SCOTUS ruling?

    Been married almost 23 years, nothing has changed, nothing is going to change and anyone who says they're getting a divorce over gay marriage is an idiot.
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    Re: Has your marriage changed since SCOTUS ruling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Yes or no, and why if yes. Please.

    How long have you been married?

    Did the SSM ruling by SCOTUS somehow change your marriage?
    I feel like she's dropped a pound in the last couple of days. So yes, it has changed in terms of total physical volume.
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    Re: Has your marriage changed since SCOTUS ruling?

    Marriage is the same now as it has always been, as established and defined by a much higher power than any mortal court, legislator, or other part of secular government.

    The Supreme Court once ruled that a tomato is not a fruit. They were as wrong then as they are this time.

    Marriage remains what it always has been, a specific sacred union between a man and a woman. No mortal government has the authority to define it otherwise.
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    Re: Has your marriage changed since SCOTUS ruling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Blaylock View Post
    Marriage is the same now as it has always been, as established and defined by a much higher power than any mortal court, legislator, or other part of secular government.

    The Supreme Court once ruled that a tomato is not a fruit. They were as wrong then as they are this time.

    Marriage remains what it always has been, a specific sacred union between a man and a woman. No mortal government has the authority to define it otherwise.
    It will be interesting to see how gay marriages stack up against the real thing. Libs do love their social experiments.

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    Re: Has your marriage changed since SCOTUS ruling?

    Just celebrated 44 years of marriage earlier this month. And my wife will be the first to tell you that they have been the best 17 years of her life.
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    Re: Has your marriage changed since SCOTUS ruling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Blaylock View Post
    Marriage is the same now as it has always been, as established and defined by a much higher power than any mortal court, legislator, or other part of secular government.

    The Supreme Court once ruled that a tomato is not a fruit. They were as wrong then as they are this time.

    Marriage remains what it always has been, a specific sacred union between a man and a woman. No mortal government has the authority to define it otherwise.
    Yes, they do. Especially since your god is not an elected or recognized power within the United States government.

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