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Why Just One?

Question: If refusing to let one man “marry” another man violates his or their ‘civil rights’ then why is it not a violation of said same civil rights to then refuse to let one or both of them marry a second, third or forth man?

National Organization for Marriage Quotes The Grok

Brian Brown, the President of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), just released his post election update and Granite Grok is both mentioned and quoted. Gov. John Lynch narrowly survived our "Lynch Lied" campaign, but thanks to the huge veto-proof majorities in the new New Hampshire senate and house, he will be the lamest of …

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White Walshing Lynch

I guess the Lynch campaign is busting a kidney over the pressure being put upon them by the National Organization for Marriage (NOM).  It looks like NOM bought up $425,000.00 worth of air time with which to expose our little governor to that which he has long become unaccustomed–he will have to stand on something …

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Target (ing) Gaypocrisy

Target donated money to a pro business PAC, which donated money to a Minnesota Candidate that makes the Gay activists less than merry.  (Can’t exactly say less gay can I?).  And since the "x degrees of fiscal separation" rule is only relevant to anything to the right of Trotsky, the Gender Confusion Corps (pronounced "corpse") …

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“8 Ways Fascist Feminists are ruining America’s women”

Saw this over at Cassy Fiano’s and it caught my eye.  Again, we see what uber-Feminists have done to the traditional bricks of the underpinnings of our society.  Again, as we move to a completely "self libertine" way of thinking (as in the 60s "the ME Generation", the most hedonistic evah!), we find that decisions …

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Two Of A Kind

John Lynch has a lot in common with governor Chet Culver of Ohio.  Chet said he would protect marriage as between a man and a woman and then Chet got all squishy.  Then he stood by and let the courts define marriage for him. Want to know some other interesting coincidences?  Chet was receiving money from …

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Massachusetts Goes After DOMA

  The Union leader is reporting this morning that a US judge in Boston has found DOMA, the Federal Defense of Marriage Act, to be unconstitutional on the grounds that it prevents the state from administering federal aid to gay married couples.  His ruling only affects Massachusetts but clearly has broader implications. I both agree …

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Yo, Jim – how come it was OK for the Democrats to work on gay marriage, but you say that Republicans shouldn’t touch it?

Like I said: You and I have some major differences, and I have gotten angry when the questions don’t get answered.  However, those have been put aside as this is a foundational issue of this Republic – I stand by your side on this.  Free Speech is just that – the Constitution never mandated that …

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