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Old 03-08-2004, 05:54 PM   #51 (permalink)
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^ just out of curiosity, you say that you support bush because you support many of the decisions he has made and share his opinions on alot of issues. does this stretch to ammending the constitution to ban *** marriages? how do others feel on the subject? (i'll admit this is a little off topic, but interesting nonetheless.)

Yup, I totally support him (on the particular subject) and I am against homosexual marriages. It's against most state's constitution and IMHO it is against the federal government constitution..
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Old 03-08-2004, 05:58 PM   #52 (permalink)
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as it stands it is not against the federal constitution, which is why bush wants to ammend it to specifically ban *** marriages. which brings up a whole new topic of why someone would be against homosexual marriages. Not allowing ***s to marry is an act of discrimination, and as america prides itself on being open to diversity and non-discriminatory (ya right), shouldn't laws be changed to allow for ***s to have equal rights as well?
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Old 03-08-2004, 06:58 PM   #53 (permalink)
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Well i am all debated out on Saddam,Bush and Kerry,i dont think i can make any more relevant posts on it,i have all i have to say.
Interactive,good going man!! I like someone who sticks to thier guns,i think we will go round in circles on this one,only the future will tell us who was nearer the mark.
As for same sex marriges,as long as they are consenting adults i dont see the problem,and only women in the situation should be able to judge weather an abortion is right for her or not.Not a single man has the right to tell a female what she can and can't do in that situation IMO.He can support or give advice but it has to be the womans decision,her body after all.
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Old 03-10-2004, 07:10 PM   #54 (permalink)
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Actually by legal law, sex in America is illegal except for that certain position we all know of. So doggy style, and all others are illegal. And since same sex marriages are not using that position, they are basically illegal already (*** sex that is) So I'm defenitely against it. This country was founded on Christian beliefs (which I don't believe but off topic) so it should stick to its guns, and not let same sex marriages go.
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Washington, D.C. -- Judging by his effeminate voice, soft tone and deliberate choice of words, the caller questioning President Bush's position on *** marriage on National Public Radio's The Diane Rehm Show is clearly a homosexual, listeners reported Friday. "Whoa, is that guy a total flamer or what?" listener Daniel Joyce said to his wife after hearing the caller begin to voice his comments. "Just listen to the way he talks - it's so obvious." According to Joyce, the caller's sexual orientation was further confirmed when host Rehm mentioned that the homosexual was calling from San Francisco.
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I hope no one wins and we create a whole new form of govenment that changes the united states into the united people with NO states borders or flags... uhhh, yea like that will ever happen, I cant vote im too young, but when Im old enough I will vote.. I cant wait actually
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Just do add on to the same sex marriages...it's basically just not meant to be. God made Adam and Eve supposedly, not Adam and Steve.
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^ ya, but the US is based on a secular system, so religious reasons is really no reason to make it illegal. personnally, i have no problem with it. two people love each other, whats the big deal? i guess it comes down to it being a private thing between two people, if it doesn't affect you, why shouldn't it be allowed?
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I always thought that marriage was a state thing... When did it become federal? I couldnt really care less if a *** couple got married..
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^ ya it was a state thing, but bush has been talking lately about changing the constitution to ban *** marriages in all states, what a wonderful guy
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