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Prop 8 Ruled Unconstitutional!!!!

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31 comments to “Prop 8 Ruled Unconstitutional!!!!”



  1. 1

    Awesome!!! Now get the troops the hell out of Afghanistan.



  2. 2

    YESSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!



  3. 3

    Hell Yes!!



  4. 4

    YES!



  5. 5

    Yay!!!



  6. 6

    YAY!!! About damn time!



  7. 7

    What a disgrace!



  8. 8

    FINALLY!!!! YAY!



  9. 9

    YES!!! This is great news and long overdue!! EQUALITY TO ALL!!



  10. 10

    I am ashamed to be an American!!!



  11. 11

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    Yes EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL!
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    :)



  12. 12

    The system works! Fuck you "family values" peddlers!



  13. 13

    More gays on the street!! Scary!!! by the way puto, how come no one can see comments? afraid someone tell you to your face what a maricon you are? oh i forgot, you like that…



  14. 14

    Great news now your free to marry Teddy Mario.



  15. 15

    YAYYY!!!! sooo happyyyyy



  16. 16

    YES!! EQUALITY FOR ALL………….



  17. 17

    thats disgusting



  18. 18

    OH HAPPY DAY! OH HAPPY DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! suck it all you ignorant relioious freaks! sorry you wasted your money! bahahahahahahaha!



  19. 19

    AWESOME!



  20. 20

    Wwaheyyy! Of course everyone knows Gay Gretna Green Weddings . Com is the place to get married!! equality to all xoxo

  21. Mimsi says – reply to this


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    Re: Horndog – Then MOOVE!



  22. 22

    Walker is one of two federal judges that are publicly gay. Can you say that his view may be clouded by his personal choices? Just a thought… We'll see what the Supreme Court says, since it will likely make it there!



  23. 23

    Woot! !!!! =]



  24. 24

    Re: GeorgiaJules
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    It has nothing to do with his sexuality:
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    The Equal Protection Clause, part of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, provides that "no state shall … deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws"
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    The Equal Protection Clause can be seen as an attempt to secure the promise of the United States' professed commitment to the proposition that "all men are created equal. It makes no exception for gay people or bi people or transgender people rather it says ALL PEOPLE are to be treated equal giving the same protections of the law!
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    The California Constitution itself sets out two ways to alter the document that sets the most basic rules about how state government works. Proposition 8 was put on the ballot through the initiative process. But any measure that would change the underlying principles of the constitution must first be approved by the legislature before being submitted to the voters. That didn't happen with Proposition 8, and that's why it's invalid.
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    If the voters approved an initiative that took the right to free speech away from women, but not from men, everyone would agree that such a measure conflicts with the basic ideals of equality enshrined in our constitution. Proposition 8 suffers from the same flaw – it removes a protected constitutional right



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    IF YOU ARE AGAINST GAY MARRIAGE THEN DON'T MARRY SOMEONE OF THE SAME SEX!
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    AND SHUT THE FUCK UP! YOU BIGOTS!
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    Marriage has existed long before the story of your god was even wrote the oldest known and recorded marriage laws is discerned from Hammurabi's Code 1790 Before Common Era or 1790 Before Christ (for you).
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    Marriage is a social union or legal contract between individuals that creates kinship. It is an institution in which interpersonal relationships, usually intimate and sexual, are acknowledged by a variety of ways, depending on the culture or demographic. It is not owned by your church.
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    The Equal Protection Clause, part of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, provides that "no state shall … deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws"
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    The Equal Protection Clause can be seen as an attempt to secure the promise of the United States' professed commitment to the proposition that "all men are created equal. It makes no exception for gay people or bi people or transgender people rather it says ALL PEOPLE are to be treated equal giving the same protections of the law!
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    The California Constitution itself sets out two ways to alter the document that sets the most basic rules about how state government works. Proposition 8 was put on the ballot through the initiative process. But any measure that would change the underlying principles of the constitution must first be approved by the legislature before being submitted to the voters. That didn't happen with Proposition 8, and that's why it's invalid.
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    If the voters approved an initiative that took the right to free speech away from women, but not from men, everyone would agree that such a measure conflicts with the basic ideals of equality enshrined in our constitution. Proposition 8 suffers from the same flaw – it removes a protected constitutional right

  27. slip says – reply to this


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    So let me get this straight. It was voted on and 52 percent of the people approved it, and now their vote has been overturned.

    What is the point of voting?



  28. 28

    The votes of 7-million people were ignored, because the ruling of one gay/activist judge. The sword can cut both ways when we no longer are ruled by laws, but by mini-dictators like this judge.



  29. 29

    Re: Matrix – He was not a gay activist! It's planly seen that it's unconstitutional! DUH! Why would they make the decision biased?



  30. 30

    I have a proposal for all those "decent and fair" people who want gay people NOT to have the same rights as straight people. Gay people pay taxes like straight people, but they don't have the same rights. OK, let's assume gay people will not demand the same rights as straight people but they will stop paying taxes. Just multiply 30,000,000 gay people in America (10% of the population) by all those tax money they would not pay. It would be billions out of the government budget. Guys, you can't have a cake and eat it too. EITHER GAY PEOPLE HAVE THE SAME RIGHTS AND PAY THE TAXES OR GAY PEOPLE HAVE LESS RIGHTS THAN STRAIGHTS BUT DO NOT PAY ANY TAXES. Either this or that. Choose. Gay marriage will be a reality one day in America. It's all about money. If gay people will not get the same rights, they will revolt by not paying taxes. I hope all the homophobes will start thinking right now.



  31. 31

    Re: andre.lempicki
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    Gay couples should have all the same rights, which are guaranteed to them. This is why they should be allowed civil unions that provide all of the same benefits and tax advantages. With that said, your point about gays not paying taxes, if denied the ability to use the term "marriage" is just not valid. If it were, then I could say that I should be able to pay LESS taxes, because I am female and am still considered a minority in this country. I also am not paid the same as a man; therefore I should receive greater tax breaks, just for that fact alone. Taxes just have nothing to do with the gay marriage topic, in my opinion.

    Are you one of those people that believes that if a boy wanted to join the girl scouts that they should be allowed or you think that it is discrimination?