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Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Mitch45 on Fri May 16 08:15:55 2008

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She is planning on marrying the beautiful Portia De Rossi now that gay marriage in California is legal.

Here is the link.

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20080516/D90MLDRO0.html


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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Forest Glen on Fri May 16 10:49:35 2008, in response to Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Mitch45 on Fri May 16 08:15:55 2008.

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What a waste. If Ellen was straight she'd be a nice milf

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Mitch45 on Fri May 16 11:20:42 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Forest Glen on Fri May 16 10:49:35 2008.

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Nah.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Fri May 16 11:23:49 2008, in response to Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Mitch45 on Fri May 16 08:15:55 2008.

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It's not legal in California, yet.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by LuchAAA on Fri May 16 11:33:37 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Forest Glen on Fri May 16 10:49:35 2008.

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I don't know about her as a MILF. Mrs. Brady was a great lookin MILF in her prime on The Brady Bunch. Carrie on King of Queens would be a great example of a modern day MILF.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Railman718 on Fri May 16 11:35:15 2008, in response to Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Mitch45 on Fri May 16 08:15:55 2008.

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Thats nice...

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by daDouce Man on Fri May 16 12:02:52 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Fri May 16 11:23:49 2008.

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They'll be in a stone's throw of a local court house waiting for when it does become legal.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Mitch45 on Fri May 16 13:59:52 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by LuchAAA on Fri May 16 11:33:37 2008.

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You mean Leah Remini? Yeah, she's very attractive, but beware, I think she's heavily into Scientology.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Olog-hai on Fri May 16 14:33:00 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Forest Glen on Fri May 16 10:49:35 2008.

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Since when is she a mother???

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Mitch45 on Fri May 16 15:46:45 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Olog-hai on Fri May 16 14:33:00 2008.

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People often overlook that little requirement.

Mature women without children aren't MILF's by definition; they are Cougars.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Jeff Rosen on Fri May 16 17:50:08 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Fri May 16 11:23:49 2008.

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Balony. Gay marriage has always been legal. There is no law disqualifying gays from marrying. However same sex marriage is illegal.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Olog-hai on Fri May 16 17:56:02 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Jeff Rosen on Fri May 16 17:50:08 2008.

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You're contradicting yourself. Unless you're using the original definition of the word "gay"?

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Jeff Rosen on Fri May 16 18:22:27 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Olog-hai on Fri May 16 17:56:02 2008.

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I'm not contradicting myself. Gays are definitely allowed to marry. Just not same sex. Jersey Governor James McGreevey is gay and was legally married to his wife.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by RonInBayside on Fri May 16 18:26:39 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Jeff Rosen on Fri May 16 18:22:27 2008.

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You're an asshole, as usual...

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Olog-hai on Fri May 16 18:29:38 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Jeff Rosen on Fri May 16 18:22:27 2008.

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Gays are definitely allowed to marry. Just not same sex

They'd have to straighten themselves out for that to work, though.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Scrabbleship on Fri May 16 19:25:13 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Mitch45 on Fri May 16 13:59:52 2008.

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Right you would be :(.

Who will be this century's L. Ron Hubbard?

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Re: Ellen DeGeneres

Posted by Olog-hai on Fri May 16 20:10:04 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Scrabbleship on Fri May 16 19:25:13 2008.

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Who will be this century's L. Ron Hubbard?

Nobody wants to know. Not even his late son (who changed his name to Ronald DeWolf from "Junior") wanted to be his namesake. One was more than enough.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Easy on Fri May 16 20:14:44 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Fri May 16 11:23:49 2008.

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It will be in 29 days although there will be a proposition on the ballot to amend California's state constitution so that banning gay marriages would meet court requirements. Most are predicting that will pass, but there will likely be no overturning of any gay marriages that happen in the interim.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Train Dude on Fri May 16 21:11:18 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Jeff Rosen on Fri May 16 18:22:27 2008.

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You're 100% correct. I hate that you are using the whineburg therom to make your case but you are correct.

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The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Train Dude on Fri May 16 21:20:43 2008, in response to Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Mitch45 on Fri May 16 08:15:55 2008.

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Portia DeRossi is really cute and Ellen DeGeneres has a nice ass and an OK face but the ass(es) we should be talking about are the asses in the California State Supreme Court.

First, let me say that I have nothing against gay marriage. I have nothing against same-sex marriage provided that they are legal in the state where they are done. The people of the state of California voted against Gay/Same-sex marriage, as I understand it. The state supreme court (lower case spelling is totally justified here) in california has said, the hell with the will of the people. They've said "of the people, by the people and for the people" is a meaningless phrase. They have, once again, legislated from the bench in direct opposition to the intent of the framers of our constitution. What they have done is wrong and should be immediately stopped by the electorate and the governor. Thankfully, it's in california and not in any normal state.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Easy on Fri May 16 21:44:58 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Train Dude on Fri May 16 21:11:18 2008.

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What's a therom?

Metro is hiring if you're tired of the DL.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Train Dude on Fri May 16 22:00:18 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Easy on Fri May 16 21:44:58 2008.

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As i said, too much association with the Prig-prince of Subchat. How about "Theorem" although I'm quite sure that you knew what i meant.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Easy on Fri May 16 22:08:12 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Train Dude on Fri May 16 22:00:18 2008.

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No comment about the DL part? Nevermind. It wouldn't be DL if you made a comment.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by SubBus aka ENY Local on Sat May 17 01:05:13 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Forest Glen on Fri May 16 10:49:35 2008.

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True...........

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Olog-hai on Sat May 17 01:17:24 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by SubBus aka ENY Local on Sat May 17 01:05:13 2008.

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You do know what the M in MILF stands for, right? Ellen is not one.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Forest Glen on Sat May 17 01:29:17 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Olog-hai on Sat May 17 01:17:24 2008.

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The official acronym is mother I'd like to ..., but unofficially I give that title to any hot woman over the age of 40.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Olog-hai on Sat May 17 02:10:20 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Forest Glen on Sat May 17 01:29:17 2008.

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You're trying to redefine established acronyms?

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Fred G on Sat May 17 07:07:52 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Forest Glen on Sat May 17 01:29:17 2008.

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We used to simply say we liked older women. Acronyms aren't sexy and those who use them aren't either.

your pal,
Fred

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Railman718 on Sat May 17 08:17:37 2008, in response to The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Train Dude on Fri May 16 21:20:43 2008.

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Train Dude...

Its like California,the "anything goes state"...

Im not surprised one bit...

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Fred G on Sat May 17 08:36:49 2008, in response to The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Train Dude on Fri May 16 21:20:43 2008.

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Perhaps the results of the referendum are indeed unconstitutional and the people had no right to vote on said issue in the first place. A different viewpoint.

your pal,
Fred

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by daDouce Man on Sat May 17 11:07:32 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by Forest Glen on Fri May 16 10:49:35 2008.

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She might still be a good milf if you just consider she's just a woman.

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Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!

Posted by Olog-hai on Sat May 17 13:28:23 2008, in response to Re: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!, posted by daDouce Man on Sat May 17 11:07:32 2008.

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She can't be one. The M stands for "mother". She ain't a mother.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by caseyjim on Sat May 17 13:39:44 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Fred G on Sat May 17 08:36:49 2008.

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Stay tuned for the earthquake that California has coming. Those fags are turning this country into Sodom and Gommorrah. Remember what happened to those places when God Himself got through with them? That is going to happen to the USA if this perversion is not stopped dead in its tracks and Now. It's all in the Bible so read it and weep! I have and I take it darned seriously. These people need to be turned away from that sick lifestyle.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Fred G on Sat May 17 13:46:42 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by caseyjim on Sat May 17 13:39:44 2008.

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Oh suck my dick :D

your pal,
Fred

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Easy on Sat May 17 13:53:37 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by caseyjim on Sat May 17 13:39:44 2008.

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Shouldn't you be out protesting at a military funeral somewhere?

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Olog-hai on Sat May 17 13:59:03 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by caseyjim on Sat May 17 13:39:44 2008.

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Well, with your anti-current-administration hyperbole, you ever read Romans 13:1-3? How about Exodus 22:28 or Acts 23:5? If you really are a believer, you can't pick and choose. (Oh yeah; also, "filthy communication" is forbidden per Colossians 3:8, so no epithets, please.)

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Railman718 on Sat May 17 14:10:29 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by caseyjim on Sat May 17 13:39:44 2008.

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Calm down dude really...

Worry about yourself.



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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Train Dude on Sat May 17 14:37:08 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Fred G on Sat May 17 08:36:49 2008.

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If that were the case - shouldn't all issues of constitutionality be decided by the US Supreme court. I don't believe that it would be a constitutional issue though since any authority not specifically given to the federal government, in the constitution, is an issue of State rights. Since the federal government has no constitutional right to regulate marriage, it is a state issue and should remain so.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Olog-hai on Sat May 17 14:39:42 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Train Dude on Sat May 17 14:37:08 2008.

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How come in a government supposedly of "checks and balances", the Supreme Court is unchecked, and even state courts remain unchecked? There's way too much legislation from the bench, especially from the latter half of the 20th Century onwards. Very undemocratic, or so it appears to me.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Train Dude on Sat May 17 14:47:08 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Olog-hai on Sat May 17 14:39:42 2008.

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I agree and that was the main point of my original posting in this thread.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Olog-hai on Sat May 17 16:19:54 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Railman718 on Sat May 17 08:17:37 2008.

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Now they're the Land of Fruits and Nuts in earnest.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Sat May 17 16:50:36 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Fred G on Sat May 17 08:36:49 2008.

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Hardly. This isn't a black and white issue, the right of marriage appears in neither the U.S. or California State constitutions. It's all about interpretation, and the legal foundation of this decision is hardly worth overturning the will of the people.

That being said, I really don't care about gay marriage. What I don't like is a few judges overturning the will of the people. Very undemocratic.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by daDouce Man on Sat May 17 16:56:36 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Sat May 17 16:50:36 2008.

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A few judges overturning the will of the people

That's probably going to be the central issue in the whole court case.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Easy on Sat May 17 16:56:52 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Sat May 17 16:50:36 2008.

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All of the other states that have laws against gay marriage had to modify their state constitutions to do so. It sounds like that must be a requirement and California's Republican dominated supreme court was correct in their interpretation.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Easy on Sat May 17 16:58:09 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by daDouce Man on Sat May 17 16:56:36 2008.

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What course case? It's already over. California will now have a proposition on the ballot to modify the state constitution in accordance with the court's decision. Predictions are that it will pass.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Fred G on Sat May 17 17:03:14 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Train Dude on Sat May 17 14:37:08 2008.

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Yes, I agree with you. The judges only have say over California so it's the state constitution used here and not "unconstitutional" in the federal sense.

your pal,
Fred

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Sat May 17 17:05:49 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Easy on Sat May 17 16:56:52 2008.

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All of the other states that have laws against gay marriage had to modify their state constitutions to do so.

Not true.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Easy on Sat May 17 17:22:29 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Sat May 17 17:05:49 2008.

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It's got to be nearly all then.

To date, 26 states have approved constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage.

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Fred G on Sat May 17 17:53:30 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Sat May 17 16:50:36 2008.

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I agree that it's not black and white but the gay rights advocates argued that if a right to marry exists for heteros then it should be allowed for gays, much like was argued in the 1948 case involving interracial marriage. I agree that there is no written right to marry but I'm not sure the people can vote in discriminatory laws.

your pal,
Fred

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Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!)

Posted by Spider-Pig on Sat May 17 18:45:40 2008, in response to Re: The Court Decision (was: Lucky Ellen DeGeneres!), posted by Fred G on Sat May 17 17:53:30 2008.

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Gays can marry just like straight people... to people of the opposite sex. They have as much right to enter loveless sham marriages as we all do!

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