Thursday, May 10, 2012 3:21:20 PM
Pink, luckily, even Obama did not say that gay "marriage" was a civil right. So yeah, states can feel free to "ban" gay "marriage". Of course, the accurate way of putting it is that states can affirm the definition of a word that has had the same meaning for thousands of years up until the lunatics started tearing down every tradition and institution that has made this country great.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 8:11:38 PM
5Cats & AJ - correct. Gay marriage was already banned. This amendment reinforced that ban, but also put a stop to any "seperate but equal" domestic partnerships as well. So gay people basically cannot have any kind of relationship.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 5:12:33 PM
For all the haters: @AJ has pointed out that the bill was a "Trojan Horse" it carried with it many BAD new rules, hidden behind the "Gay Marriage" part. OK? People opposed a BILL, not the concept of one part of that bill.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 2:54:01 PM
NC is exercising its right as a state to pass its own marriage laws, if you don't agree with it I would advise not moving to NC instead of getting offended.
This logic is so faulty it`s sad. You wouldn`t say that if NC voted women couldn`t vote or that black men couldn`t use the same fountains and it passed by majority. Majority voting means jacksh*t when it involves impeding someone elses civil rights.