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#59 - gnifle
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#128 to #59 - truklin
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#145 to #59 - licestr
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#51 - forevertrombone
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Hey, if you don't like gay marriage then don't get one. It isn't up the anyone to tell anyone else how to live their lives. The government needs to stay out of the bedroom.
Hey, if you don't like gay marriage then don't get one. It isn't up the anyone to tell anyone else how to live their lives. The government needs to stay out of the bedroom.
#63 to #51 - gluefactory
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No one ever said they could no longer do what it is they were already doing in their bedroom. Its the fact that they wait the state to recognize the fact that spilling ones seed into the backside of another man is grounds for getting at the same monetary rewards that other couples get.
#154 to #51 - alpine
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Pretty sure there are laws against all kinds of other sexual deviancy (beastiality) people should be grateful they aren't thrown in jail.
#277 to #51 - cshp
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"Hey, if you don't like jerking it to naked 4 year olds then don't do it. It isn't up to anyone to tell anyone else how to live their lives. The government needs to stay out of porn."

I'm not saying I'm against gay marriage, I'm just saying that you made a poor argument.
#53 to #51 - elbrysobrony
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It has something to do with the economics of it or something. I don't really get it myself.
#62 to #53 - vuittoncouture
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How is two people of the same sex getting married affecting the economic system? wtf america?
#66 to #62 - elbrysobrony
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It has to do with the insurance or something. Again. I have no ******* idea what goes on beyond that.
#68 to #66 - vuittoncouture
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Hahhaa ok the ****. I think I'm on the same page as you are, I don't understand any of this anymore
#76 to #68 - Xaytor
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TAXES AND SEX
#259 to #62 - Fgner
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Well because government is in bed with companies, and because they have the compulsive need to shove their big hairy dicks in our personal lives for no real reason:
1) Insurance companies would lose out (greed)
2) Rewriting of a large majority of civil union laws (inconvenience)
3) Tax benefits for procreating would have to be rewritten along with laws concerning adoption (which is, again, an inconvenience).
4) Just because if their big hairy dick isn't shoving the moral standpoint of 55% on the other 45%, they feel like they don't deserve their massive ass paycheck and paid for everythings.
5) Few other things, but whatever, you get the jest of it.
#83 to #53 - xboxperks
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Wouldn't gay marriage increase marriages, therefore, increasing money flow (expense and stuff), therefore, increasing GPD, which in terms (for non-economical people), means more money for the government?
#86 to #83 - elbrysobrony
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*shrugs* I guess it would, but it has something to do with the insurance and stuff.
#91 to #86 - xboxperks
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I'm not saying you're wrong at all, because economics does play a part. I'm sure insurance companies (because of pressure from the government if laws state same-sex marriages are A-OK) will increase rates or some wacky ****. Beyond me also. I'm all for same-sex marriage. I'm not gay, and I don't care who people choose to love, but rules do apply: don't publicly affectionate each other. It's gross when it's girl/guy in a public area; it's gross when it's same sex.
#32 - Serjical
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100,000 years of evolution and we still can't decide if gays can marry. Are we that afraid of people being different that we ban them from basic rights? If they don't harm or kill what's the huge problem. People need to stop judging based on sexuality.
#50 to #32 - moosic
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It's been almost 300 years since Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, and yet we are still arguing over the unalienable right to the pursuit of happiness. Politicians on both sides are forcing us to take either extreme, and deluding us to believe that the world is in black and white, no middle ground.
#37 to #32 - lolerlaura
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Things are changing, slowly but surely it will get better. 60 years ago Women couldn't vote and it was a controversy if a white and black person wanted to marry. With the youth rises a new generation of thinking and acceptance.
#80 to #37 - dbrak
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i am not truly racist, but it REALLY disappoints me that the blacks are by far the most resistant to gay marriage. 50 years ago, they walked around with their interracial marriage signs, but now when another minority group wants marriage rights it's a totally different story. again, i'm not actually racist, but that does disappoint me.
i am not truly racist, but it REALLY disappoints me that the blacks are by far the most resistant to gay marriage. 50 years ago, they walked around with their interracial marriage signs, but now when another minority group wants marriage rights it's a totally different story. again, i'm not actually racist, but that does disappoint me.
#118 to #32 - biggieboy
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I'm from Belgium, where gay marriage is legal since 2003 (we're the second country to legalize it) and hey, guess what, society hasn't come crashing to the ground.   
   
You don't like gay marriage? That's your right, no one is forcing you to do the same. Let people who want to have gay marriage have it.
I'm from Belgium, where gay marriage is legal since 2003 (we're the second country to legalize it) and hey, guess what, society hasn't come crashing to the ground.

You don't like gay marriage? That's your right, no one is forcing you to do the same. Let people who want to have gay marriage have it.
#102 - grandmabetty
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Maybe this simple process of elimination should help faffy governments.
#194 - frysfrys
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Gays deserve to have rights just like everyone else in this ******* country. My parents are moving to Canada, in 2020, if gay marriage isn't legal in ALL 50 states. This is beyond ridiculous.
#217 to #194 - HungreeRooster
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Implying that your parents are actually parents. (A man and a woman)
It affects them how...?
#223 to #217 - frysfrys
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They have two gay sons. My dad has a gay sister. That's all I need to say.
#225 to #223 - HungreeRooster
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Gotcha.
If we really think about it, nobody's rights are actually being infringed. I don't have the 'right' to marry a dude either, and neither do you (assuming you're a dude).

#228 to #225 - frysfrys
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But then again, I don't need the Government nor the bible telling me who I can and can't love. I, TECHNICALLY, don't even need to get married, but it's the right thing. It's what me and partner would both want.
#238 to #228 - HungreeRooster
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Yeah I feel that. I know the issue doesn't affect me personally, but it's like...****. You know?
Like having a viewpoint on an issue crammed down your throat all the time that you don't necessarily agree with.
Now I know how the atheists claim they feel.
Oh well, good day to you my fellow FJer and may you be lucky enough to not be ass-raped by a pack of wild Libyans.
#236 to #217 - anon
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You do realize the word "Parents" is not defined as "mother and father", right?

Let's look at the definitions:
1. to be or act as parent of: to parent children with both love and discipline.
2. a father /or/ a mother.
3. a protector or guardian.

OP could have easily had gay parents, so are you retarded?
#43 - danikay
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If God hates homosexuals, why would he create something for the pure purpose of hating it?
If God hates homosexuals, why would he create something for the pure purpose of hating it?

#93 to #43 - anon
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He didn't. Humans decide their fate, he just writes in his book from afar. You have the potential to make meth, you decide whether you make it. He's not going to make you a robot , the angels already have that type of respect for him. He created humans so he had someone to love him, without seeing him. He shows human the danger of those sins (hell) , but people say "YOLO" and do as they please.
He didn't. Humans decide their fate, he just writes in his book from afar. You have the potential to make meth, you decide whether you make it. He's not going to make you a robot , the angels already have that type of respect for him. He created humans so he had someone to love him, without seeing him. He shows human the danger of those sins (hell) , but people say "YOLO" and do as they please.
#95 to #93 - danikay
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Why are you comparing meth to homosexuals?
Why are you comparing meth to homosexuals?

#103 to #93 - mistyfyx
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Except that homosexuality isn't a choice.
#274 to #103 - genephil
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Not really... You choose what you like and what you don't...
#288 to #274 - anon
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Really? Excuse me while I go be a ******.
#168 - gorden
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girl find out some other girl is lesbian and has a crush on her: **** yeah even girls want me   
   
guy finds out some other guy is gay: Don't ******* touch me!
girl find out some other girl is lesbian and has a crush on her: **** yeah even girls want me

guy finds out some other guy is gay: Don't ******* touch me!
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#96 to #77 - anon
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POINT 1:
Some parts of Christianity are against gays. Other parts are about farmers being able to sell their daughters into slavery. It is actually possible to be a gay christian (woah). Let's leave the bible out of this.

POINT 2:
There are legal privileges that come with marriage. My issue with gays not being able to marry, is that they can never get these privileges.

OKAY GOOD GLAD THAT'S CLEARED UP GREAT PARTY TIME 24/7 ALRIGHT
#120 to #96 - thepiratemonkey
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#131 to #120 - anon
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Cheers buddy, I really should make an account. I just like to throw in my 2 cents every now and again.
#138 to #131 - thepiratemonkey
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Do it! We need more people like you!
#148 to #138 - sirguyman
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DONE AND DONE.
#163 to #148 - thepiratemonkey
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Awesome!
Awesome!
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#306 to #77 - spoonfedman
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#124 to #77 - cooljason
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#129 to #77 - fajivity
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Ancient Mayans had marriage, Christians just came up with rules
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#116 to #77 - holycrapimacupcake
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You accidently your whole life.
#90 to #77 - semiseirous
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#94 to #77 - christinanoelle
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It's not about being Christian or wanting to get married. It's about the civil liberties that every American deserves, no matter what sexuality.
#122 to #77 - YOUFOOL
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marriage is not just religious. there are legal and economic benefits with marriage.

it comes with
joint parenting;
joint adoption;
joint foster care, custody, and visitation (including non-biological parents);
status as family for hospital visits and medical decisions where one partner is too ill to be make the decision;(true example, a lesbian's girlfriend, who had no family, became ill and wasn't competent to make any decision. the woman couldn't make a decision on her behalf because she wasn't married to her, though they were planning on it. i believe the woman died)
home, auto and health joint insurance policies;
inheritance automatically in the absence of a will;
joint leases with renewal rights in the event one partner dies or leaves the house or apartment;
benefits such as annuities, pension plans, social security, and medicare;
spousal exemptions to property tax increases upon the death of one partner who is a co-owner of the home;
joint filing of customs claims when traveling;
wrongful death benefits for a surviving partner and children;
decision-making power with respect to whether a deceased partner will be cremated or not and where to bury him or her;
crime victims' recovery benefits

and much more.

so shut up ok.
#107 to #77 - supermudkipz
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#109 to #77 - domethius
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i am furry, bisexual, and atheist. i support any marriage, and any love. get the **** off my internet, i like it here.
#100 to #77 - sebbiechan
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Are you that retarded? Anyone can get married in any religion. Marriage has been around longer then Christianity. Hell, it was the ancient Egyptians who started the tradition of wearing a gold ring on your ring finger.
#42 - anon
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All the fags are just mad because they were born with a defect congrats.
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#56 to #52 - postmortem
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No ,what he said is completely true .

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#58 to #55 - captaindropkik
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http:/ /www.foxnews .com/story/ 0,2933,327070,00.html
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#72 to #60 - captaindropkik
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i knew you'd say that, so you might be interested in searching it for your ******* self
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#78 to #75 - captaindropkik
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i didn't bother checking, but if you google blue eye mutation yourself you'll find around 863, 000 results, one or two of those may be fox sure, but there's a reason they made a report on it
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#84 to #82 - captaindropkik
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ballsymcballsack was a good enough anti-fox superhero name i thought
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#69 to #52 - anon
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He is right, but it's not "defect" is not the proper term for it. Blue eyes are a mutation.
#74 to #69 - anon
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*but "defect" is not the proper term for it.
#36 - lolerlaura
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:DDDDD That was at the Westlake Park Women's rights rally on April 28th!!! I was there and talked to that lady! She was nice :3 Pic related that was me at the protest.