If I'm a victim, you surely are an "uncomfortable" victim.
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Of course it does! Your statement is meant to blur the line of what Holder is "Deeply Troubled" about. Why must you always play the role of an ignoramus?
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"Attorney General Eric Holder said the court's decision on DOMA is an "enormous triumph for equal protection under the law for all Americans."
What is the Supreme Court decision that A.G. Eric Holder "DEEPLY TROUBLED" about?
What am I running away from? You are babbling like an idiot again.
So So So much fun to parrot back your "advertisements of ignorance", DUNCEY!!!
HUH? CON!!!!! HUH?
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Who is Alec Baldwin?
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I'm very uncomfortable with the fact that religious organizations are tax free. But guess what? I except it. I'm very uncomfortable with churches taking donations for the poor but spend it on defending pedophiles. But guess what? I have to except it. The Supreme Court over ruled DOMA get over it!
"Has President Obama waffled on gay marriage?"
I voted yes, but you want to make this into a Middle East involvement issue.
Why do you hate people who are different than you? What 2 individuals do beyond bedroom doors is no reason they are excluded 1000 rights that you and I enjoy. But I get it, they deserve it because you are "uncomfortable".
So keeping your logic in mind, you want to talk about the middle east. Does that make you a child molester? Do you traffic in child ***********? There is a known sex offender living in North Dakota with the same name as you. Am I to assume it is you?
I am not gay, not that there is anything wrong with that, My wife, 2 daughters and grandchildren would be quite surprised. But if me being gay gets you through your day please allow me the same courtesy.
Wolf Boy awakes...Awooooooooooooo!
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Intersting BG...Turned to AM radio looking for news the other day and the Rush (anti-news) guy was blowing all over the mike on how Republicons were viewed in double digits by them darn dems as terrorists...Well, I'm not one of those dems but on the question of ignoramuses with a capital "D" I would have voted for sure...Within that laughable 3 minutes some guy calls in, more than likely from the midwest and more than likely not a HS graduate & starts saying that them darn liberal states like, like Massachusetts won't recognize heterosexual marriages from states that don't recognize gay ones...I could see thru the radio Rush thinking & AGREEING with this guy...Back to FM!
"Weegee, you want to talk about the middle east?"
No, I want Duncey to stay on topic for once. Every time this rat gets cornered he sees something shiny over there and wants to change the subject. He's running away from his comments.
You were saying how you are uncomfortable with 2 men kissing so they should have to pay more in taxes than heterosexuals. Is that about right? Then you come up with this winger default: "Weepee are you gay?" Which only leads me to believe I'm talking to a bigoted mental midget.
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Stay tuned...More from the wolf boy in a minute...Awoooooooooooooooo!
Dusty the wolf boy...Awoooooooooooo!
The difference between you and I Duncey? I think Clinton's discretion is a lil humorous while you think Bush's disaster is hilarious.
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aGAIN....."Ms. Windsor was with her spouse, Thea Spyer, for over 44 years. They married in Canada, they lived in New York, which allows same-sex marriage. When Ms Spyer died in 2009, she left her estate to Ms Windsor. Had Ms Spyer been Mr Spyer, Ms Windsor would have inherited the lot tax-free. But because DOMA barred the federal taxman from recognizing their marriage, Ms Windsor was whacked with $363,053 in estate taxes."
.....all because people like Duncey are uncomfortable.
Furthermore, Go ahead and contact your wing ding buddies at the MDN. Find the quote. Nothing will change the FACT that you made jokey jokes as a young boy lay dying in the streets of Boston. Or did that make you uncomfortable too? It certainly did me.
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Hey everyone! Do you see how Duncey avoids a question. I didn't ask about Obama, I didn't ask about Clinton, I'm asking Ron Carlson aka DustOff3 and whoever else he comments under to tell us how gay marriage affects his marriage. Take a stand for once and answer the question:
"So anything that Ronisha Carlson is uncomfortable with should be banned or relegated to a second class not equal status?"
So anything that Ronisha Carlson is uncomfortable with should be banned or relegated to a second class not equal status? Is that what you are saying Ronny?
How is gay marriage affecting your marriage?
Ronisha, That's just the kind of question I'd expect out of you. Are you a White Racist? You certainly stick up for a lot of bigots. Are you a terrorist spy? You certainly squawk a lot about the NSA. Are you a tax cheat? You hate the IRS.
"I still would prefer not having to watch two guys kiss"
So because little old Ronisha is uncomfortable with gay kissing, a whole segment of American society should be relegated to be second class citizens who we use as tax cattle to fund our retirements.
You are one sick puppy.
Tell us Ronisha, explain to us how God has not been involved in your Republican bigotry?
How is this decision going to affect you in a negative way?
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"WHY do you libs think GOD and GUNS are the central issue to everything?"
1) An openly gay lawmaker was silenced by colleagues on the Pennsylvania House floor Thursday when he attempted to speak about the Supreme Court's decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act.
Rep. Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler), said he believed Sims' comments would be a violation of "God's law."
2)Michelle Bachmann (R)... "Marriage was created by the hand of God. No man, not even a Supreme Court, can undo what a holy God has instituted".
3) Former Republican Presidential candidate Pat Robertson..." "This country cannot continue to violate God's principles and to make a mockery of His laws and think we're gonna get away with it."
Here's my TOP TEN List of how gay marriage will effect our marriages-
1.] 2.] 3.] 4.] 5.] 6.] 7.] 8.] 9.] 10.]
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Basic MDN Commenter (and editor, I suppose) wails "Why can't those idiots in Washington get anything done?!!" yet can't find common ground with anyone, let alone anyone with an opposing view, on an online posting board.
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Sorry, this should have read...."Your God did not make a mistake in his/her design, and Republicans like you do not speak for God."
Ronisha... Your o so cozy relationship with the MDN prevents any fair debate. All one needs to know is Ron Carlson made jokes while his fellow Americans lay dead and wounded in the streets of Boston.
Would the MDN reprint that?
Ronisha....I see you once again called your friends at the MDN and had my comments removed. Are you a coward and unable to debate without going to mommy and crying?
I'll answer your question one more time.
I've always thought that gay people were equal to you and I, not second class American citizens.
Ms. Windsor was with her spouse, Thea Spyer, for over 44 years. They married in Canada, they lived in New York, which allows same-sex marriage. When Ms Spyer died in 2009, she left her estate to Ms Windsor. Had Ms Spyer been Mr Spyer, Ms Windsor would have inherited the lot tax-free. But because DOMA barred the federal taxman from recognizing their marriage, Ms Windsor was whacked with $363,053 in estate taxes. And you think that's fair?
Your God did not make a mistake in his design, and Republicans like you do not speak for God.
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