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Insert head in Ass. Hold. Remove and write on blog. Insert head in Ass

Insert head in Ass. Hold. Remove and write on blog. Insert head in Ass

It really is fascinating to see how flexible the Constitution gets when it doesn’t fit your ideologies. Judges give verdicts you don’t like? Find a way to screw with their independence, complain about ‘Judicial Overlords’.

Rights are inalienable and sacrosanct when our kind of people have them, but applying them to the darkies and the gays? At that point, rights are granted by the government! Who can take them away! Like they did in California! [crush beer can on forehead]

Loving V. Virginia makes marriage a civil right. Deal with it.

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I can has ex post facto law?

I can has ex post facto law?

It applies to everybody. And it includes the whole system. Proponents of gay marriage have effectivly used all parts of the legal system, including the courts and the legislatures of several states. Prop 8, in accordance with the law of unintended consequences, places over 20,000 legally conducted marriages into a legal limbo. The initial decision in California was based on the existence of domestic partner benefits in California, two previous attempts to pass gay marriage legislation by the California Legislature, both vetoed by the Governator, and the long standing legal principle of equality before the law. This initiative, like the blunt instrument it is, never approached the issue of these 20,000 marriages. There is now a core of over 20,000 highly motivated, well funded litigants who will be struggling for the foreseeable future to regain their rights.

Ironically, the Mormon legwork on this may have the consequence of bringing a challenge  of the Defence of Marriage Act and Proposition 8 into the Supreme Court. A Supreme Court whose appointments for the next 4 years are in the hands of a Democratic Senate, House and President.

Bad luck, bitches. We’ll see you in court.

ar handi wen thei suppurt mai bigotry

ar handi wen thei suppurt mai bigotry

The post is standard Connor drivel.
Then the commenter’s come out

And their shreiking racism is apologized for

And everyone starts pissing on Connor for.. wait for it… wait for it… not calling teh Church  teh ULTIMATE COSMIC POWA

And then… well, I guess there’s a new maxim out there, formatting is next to Godliness

OK, was I the only one who heard

TWEEEEEEEET!!!

during Elder Nelson’s talk about Marriage? Um.. Shopping parable? Um… ‘Stealing’ Marriage anyone? Reading the Proclamation on the Family with strong finger emphasis on how gender is an eternal characteristic?

Do you hear the dog whistle California?

VOTE, VOTE, VOTE*

*How we tell you to.

He called in a favor, Pinky. We shall prevent the Mormons from taking over the world

He called in a favor, Pinky. We shall prevent the Mormons from taking over the world

Ha ha ha, ZORT!

bai teh persecut of teh geh. Srsly.

bai teh persecut of teh geh. Srsly.

Promoting Stronger Marriages

Do you support a U.S. constitutional amendment to define and protect marriage as the union of one man and one woman?

McCain: No
Obama: No

If you do not support a U.S. constitutional amendment to define and protect marriage now, would any of these hypothetical future circumstances allow you to support such amendment?

*if one or several state supreme courts require their states to recognize same-sex marriages from another state.

McCain: Yes
Obama: No

*if the U.S. Supreme Court requires states to recognize same-sex marriages from another state (thus overturning a provision of the federal Defense of Marriage Act)

McCain: Yes
Obama: No

*if the U.S. Supreme Court requires the federal government to recognize same-sex marriages and/or partnerships for any purpose under federal law (thus overturning a provision of the federal Defense of Marriage Act)

McCain: Yes
Obama: No

*if the U.S. Supreme Court rules that same-sex marriage is a right under the U.S. Constitution

McCain: Yes
Obama: No

The Federal Defense of Marriage Act (1996) declares marriage to be the union of one man and one woman for all purposes of the federal government and declares that states do not have to recognize same-sex marriages from other states. Which of the follow describes your position on the federal DOMA?

*I would veto any bill that would weaken any provision of the federal DOMA

McCain

*I would support repeal of the provision of DOMA that defines marriage as the union of one man and one woman for all federal purposes, thus freeing the federal government to give marital benefits to same-sex couples.

Obama

*I would support repeal of the provision of DOMA that declares states do not have to recognize same-sex marriages from other states, thus leaving courts free to require such recognition under the Constitution’s “full faith and credit” clause.

There is not a single item in here about actually promoting stronger marriages. This is entirely focused on removing the civil rights of American citizens.

Ur ugli and ur mamma dresses u funni! SRSLY!

WE CAN SEE YOU!

WE CAN SEE YOU!

Ain’t nothin’ like a good old fashioned public shamin’

tu tha Prop. 8 prom

tu tha Prop. 8 prom

Laik a kiegger in Sunda Schul. Srsly.

Laik a kiegger in Sunda Schul. Srsly.

ur initiv iz still a dawg

ur initiv iz still a dawg

Like Infanticide and Animal Sex. Srsly.

Like Infanticide and Animal Sex. Srsly.

EPIC BLOG SMACKDOWN

EPIC BLOG SMACKDOWN

Fail

ai neva wold hav guesd, knock me ova wit a featha, my stars

ai neva wold hav guesd, knock me ova wit a featha, my stars

teh Record wuz teh Gay?

teh Record wuz teh Gay?