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Is New York Going To Pass Gay Marriage In June 2011?From Politics Forum:
Is New York going to pass gay marriage in June 2011? It's starting to look like it. http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/7501-gop-heavy-hitters-now-batting-for-gay-marriage New York State ranks RD in population and New York City is the media capital of the world. This will truly be a huge victory for the marriage equality movement.
Answer: I am not sure, because Como seems to be soft pedaling the issue. However if the John Birch Society thinks the bill would pass that gives us some hope Hope this helps
Will New York Be The Next State To Make Gay Marriage Legal Or Will The Ca Judges Beat Them Too It?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
Will New York be the next state to make gay marriage legal or will the CA judges beat them too it? http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090416/ap_on_re_us/gay_marriage_new_york
Answer: I'm not sure if New York has the political will. There are still enough conservative districts that could block it. Hopefully legislatures will start acting and not abandon their jobs to the judiciary.
Why Is California Still Arguing About Gay Marriage New York Already Did This Wow You Guys Suck For Libs?From Politics Forum:
Why is California still arguing about Gay Marriage NEW YORK already did this wow you guys suck for libs? this is stupid u aren't libs Ur cons hating on gays get U ARE not like us get out
Answer: Why is ANYONE arguing over gay marriage? Why is it a big deal? They JUST want get married for crying out loud. Seriously, what is wrong with people?
So This Issue Is The Same As Getting Rid Of Slaverly?From Other - Politics & Government Forum:
so this issue is the same as getting rid of slaverly? http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090416/ap_on_re_us/gay_marriage_new_york What a slap in the face
Answer: No this issue is to allow decadent immorality. The beginning of the end for many countries and empires of the past. SFC U S Army Retired
Will NY Become The Th State To Allow Gay Marriage?From Other - Politics & Government Forum:
Will NY become the Th state to allow gay marriage? http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090416/ap_on_re_us/gay_marriage_new_york
Answer: That guy Jack. good go! I think IL. might be next. I hope they all go to 1 place. I don't want to see it or have it around my kids. what ever happened to the bashing days? what do they want? this is Gods country! I a vet and know some gays, but they aren't out there forcing it on the MAJORITY!
Real Democracy At Work! If The People Could Vote?From Politics Forum:
Real democracy at work! If the people could vote? If the American people could vote on key issues The results may shock you. 1. Universal health care- CBS news poll 64 % favor 2. Gay marriage- New york Times poll 55% against 3. Aborton- CNN poll 77% legal 4. Late term abortion- ABC news poll 62% illegal 5. Stricter gun control- Time magazine poll 93 % against So by going with these figures there would be universal health care, gay marriage would be not allowed, abortion would be legal, late term abortion would be illegal and gun control laws would remain the same. Your thoughts?
Answer: Government by poll is a world I don't want to take part in.
Is The Gay Marriage Situation In The U.S. As Bad As People Think It Is?From Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Forum:
Is the gay marriage situation in the U.S. as bad as people think it is? I know most people want gay marriage legalized across the U.S. but just think about this for a moment. Gay marriage and civil unions are legal in several states. The total population of people in the U.S. who have access to legal gay marriage or civil unions is more than the population of any country other country in the western world where gay marriage or civil unions is legal. Here is my proof (you don’t have to read it all, it’s just to show the proof): Gay marriage is legal in the following states (population listed): California - 36,553,215 Massachusetts - 6,449,755 TOTAL: 43,002,970 (more than the population of Canada) Civil unions are legal in the following states: New Jersey, Washington, Oregon, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, District of Columbia TOTAL population: 21,427,173 TOTAL amount of Americans who have access to gay marriage or civil unions: 64,430,143 The following states recognize out of state / international gay marriage: New York, New Mexico, Rh ode Island TOTAL population : 22, 325, 476 TOTAL amount of Americans who have access to gay marriage, civil unions or recognition of out of state gay marriage: 86, 755, 619. Over 86 million Americans have access to gay marriage or civil unions. That's more than the population of any country that currently has gay marriage or civil unions legalized. More states (including NY, one of the largest) are moving towards legalizing gay marriage. I support gay marriage being legalized across the country, but considering the amount of people in this country who have access to gay marriage, it’s not as bad as many people make it out to be. What do you think? Here is my source for state populations: http://www.census.gov/popest/states/NST-ann-est.html Jake, and to you other people who obviously can't read ... I'm a LESBIAN and I said I support the legalization of gay marriage, I'm just stating some obvious facts that the current situation isn't as bad as some people think considering the population.
Answer: Just because our country is more over populated than the countries that currently allow gay marriage, doesn't mean things are great. Besides, if you look into it, you might notice that in many cases "civil unions" do not afford the same rights as marriage : )
What Happened To That Gay Marriage Ban Amendment That President Bush Said He'D Sign 4 Years Ago?From Other - Politics & Government Forum:
What happened to that Gay Marriage Ban Amendment that President Bush said he'd sign 4 years ago? Since President Bush took office 4 states allow civil unions and 2 allow gay marriage. New York is about to follow. In 2006 an Arizona referendum to ban gay marriage, civil unions, and heterosexual cohabitation was voted down. In Pennsylvania bills to ban civil unions and ban gay marriage AGAIN (it was already banned in 1996) failed. President Bush said he'd sign an amendment banning gay marriage but I haven't heard word one about it. What's more the Bu shies don't seem to care nothing has been done, although they're still just as enraged about gay marriage as ever. Bo P--The "libs in Congress" never fought against a gay marriage ban amendment because the amendment was never introduced. opinionatedmedic --Yes gay marriage itself is banned a lot of places, but civil unions will happen in more and more states.
Answer: Bush and the Re pubs were never serious about it. It was a game, a ploy, a Rouvin tactic; it was a "wedge" issue to scare more conservative Christians to the polls to ensure a Bush win in the '04 election. Nothing more. If Re pubs had been serious about it, the Re pub Congress in '04 could have passed it and sent it to the states. Same story with the Flag-burning amendment too. It was never meant to be taken seriously. Just a way to scare up more votes for the Re pubs. Those folks were all played for fools, and it worked perfectly.
>.> I Think I Will Move Out Of New York Now, Lgbt?From Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Forum:
>.> I think I will move out of new york now, LGBT? http://www.baywindows.com/index.php?ch=news&sc=glbt&sc2=news&sc3=&id=96685 http://nyulocal.com/city/2009/09/22/mayor-predicts-zero-chance-for-gay-marriage-hopes-theres-still-chance-for-gay-marriage/ New York went from ''Gay Marriage will be legalized soon!' to ''Zero chance of Gay Marriage''. Arent you Little mad now? if you live in NY
Answer: *Sighs* I live in upstate NY, and well i'm too young to move out...aha... and marriage equality isn't a reason for me to move out of state sadly. I remember a few months ago when it was only a few months till a bill for it, now nothing? "sighs in depression"
Is This Yet Another Example Of How Religious People Are Brutally Persecuted In The Us?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
Is this yet another example of how religious people are brutally persecuted in the US? Gov. David Paterson announced plans today to legalize same-sex marriage in New York. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090416/ap_on_re_us/gay_marriage_new_york The response from Sen. Ruben Dias, evangelical pastor: "I think it's a laugh in the face of the new archbishop.....The Jews just finished their holy week. The Catholics just received the new archbishop. The evangelical Christians just celebrated Good Friday and resurrection. He comes out to do this at this time?" Isn't it horrible how a small group of people, who have been denied equal rights for just a few millenniums, continue to persecute the religious majority? :( You think Patterson should have waited until October, or would that have been too close to Christmas?
Answer: My response to Dias would be, "You know, it's not always about YOU." Call me crazy, but somehow I doubt Paterson was thinking of any particularly group other than same sex couples when he made his announcement of same-sex couples. I love the implication that "Same-sex couples should be allowed to marry" somehow implicitly translates to "I spit in the face of religion." Same-sex marriage is about same-sex marriage.
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