SCOTUS Decisions on Gay Marriage [Pic+]

Submitted by: Gerry1of1 3 years ago in

Damn, now how will I get out of making an honest man of him?
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Male 38,468

HolyGod - don`t look at me, I didn`t start it.
And why are you dragging the death penalty into it?
I just made a joke about snotty teenagers, I`m not
in this argument.
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Male 37,762
@HolyGod: I think @Gerry1 is referring to "retroactive abortions" where "fetuses" are aborted in their 24th trimester (IE: 5 years old...) or in his example 63rd trimester...

@Qwertyuiop95: @WhoDat did it! *points* Not me! I put up a picture of a 22 year old, lesbian witch!

Serenity Rose
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Male 215
Let me get this straight. I look at a post on a ruling on gay marriage, and (this being IAB) expect a full-on debate in the comments. I then go to the comments to find a full-on debate... about abortion? What did I miss?
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Male 8,132
Gerry1of1

"Babies must be protected. Until they`re 15 and then you can kill them if you don`t like how they turned out."

How did a gay marriage thread turn into a full on abortion debate?

Can we stop that argument? Being against abortion and for the death penalty are not incongruous. It is comparing killing an innocent to killing someone that has done something to earn the punishment. personal responsibility. I have no problem with the death penalty but I don`t think being OK with killing a murderer means I have to be OK with killing a baby.

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Male 37,762
Soon! Soon I will be able to legally get married to both my kitties!

First get rid of those polygamy laws...
Then those "no marriage to things that aren`t humans" laws...
Humm, both my kitties are 8 years old (apx) Looks like age restriction laws have to go too!~!

(lolz! Not practical to wait for a kitty to turn 16 before getting married, eh?)
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Male 38,468

Babies must be protected.
Until they`re 15 and then you can kill them if you don`t like how they turned out.
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Male 8,132
whodat6484

"As far as I`m concerned that`s not your decision to make"

It comes down to a base philosophical difference on when you define life and when you (as a society) has to protect it.

In my mind a woman shouldn`t have any more right to choose to kill her baby the day before it is born than she should have the day after it is born.
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Male 38,468

I`m not getting drawn into another abortion debate.
I`m not getting drawn into another abortion debate.
I`m not getting drawn into another abortion debate.
I`m not getting drawn into another abortion debate.
I`m not getting drawn into another abortion debate.
I`m not getting drawn into another abortion debate.

But I will say this... err Nope

I`m not getting drawn into another abortion debate.
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Male 3,909
@HolyGod - As far as I`m concerned that`s not your decision to make and it`s definitely not a decision that a bunch of judges/politicians should make. That decision is only for the woman and her family to make, no one else, period... do not pass go, do not collect $200... end of story.
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Male 8,132
whodat6484

"the same ones saying they should have the authority to tell a woman what she can & can`t do with her reproductive organs."

Ughhhh. Not to get off on a tangent, but I HATE that argument. I DON`T care what a woman does to THEIR body or THEIR organs. If a woman wants to have her uterus removed and eat it for breakfast, more power to her. I care about what you can and can`t do to the body inside a woman`s body.
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Male 38,468

Yes, the hypocrites who say Supreme Court can`t decide marriage law think that they CAN decide marriage law. After all, marriage is ordained by God...in several different ways & combinations and by several different gods as well.
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Male 3,909
I think it`s hilarious that the neocon douchebags who are saying the SCOTUS shouldn`t "have the authority to define marriage" are the same ones saying they should have the authority to tell a woman what she can & can`t do with her reproductive organs.
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Male 10,855
[quote] saying the Supreme Court has no jurisdiction over marriage.[/quote]

The fu<king govt shouldn`t be deciding who should marry who.
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Male 38,468

The sword of gay justice rings true!

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Male 38,468

Michelle Bachman immediately made a statement denouncing it, saying the Supreme Court has no jurisdiction over marriage.

You`d think she would be in favor of this since she herself married a gay man.
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Male 10,855
I can hear the neocon hypocrisy howling in the background.
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Male 4,746
Keep pushing forward!
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Male 1,210
And to say, it was so close to being called SCROTUS
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Male 37,762



You cannot have Sera, I saw her first!
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Male 38,468
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