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I said "We're all gay, buddy. It's just to what degree are you gay." And he goes, "That's bullshit, man. I ain't gay at all." And I go "Yeah, you are. And I can prove it." He goes "Fine. Prove it." I go, "All right. Do you like porn?" He says "Yeah, I love porn. You know that." I said, "Oh, and do you only watch scenes with two women?" And he goes, "No, I'll watch a man and a woman makin' love." And I say "Oh, and do you like the guy to have a flabby, half-flaccid penis?" And he goes "No, I like big, hard, throbbing cock..." ~Ron White
Yeah, but if divorce is the enemy of marriage, then what are figureheads like Rush Limbaugh and Newt Gingrich going to do with themselves?
Why would they need to do that?
Funniest thing ever is the hear Newt Gingrich talk about the sanctity of marriage.
Pretty much the epitome of "Do as I say, not as I do."
No idea why they are stuck on the gay people not having marriage recognized in every state is same as segregation, white only restaurants, separate bathrooms, drinking fountains, job discrimination, a 1,000 other things. I guess in their minds it justifies their delusion that only they care about the bondage of slavery the gay community has been put in by straight whitey.
The libs biggest problem is they have no potential to ever be right, because they create a false premise before they engage in debate.
I think that's a lesbian joke. On a related note, Chief Justice Roberts' lesbian cousin who lives in San Francisco with her partner... she'll be watching the oral-- the ummmm.... thing where the lawyers present their cases in front of the judges.
Sen. John Cornyn - "Given your rhetoric about the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy—you called it “a profound wrong—a moral injustice of the first order”—let me ask this basic question: Do you believe that there is a federal constitutional right to samesex marriage?"
Elana Kagan - "There is no federal constitutional right to same-sex marriage."
Sen. John Cornyn - "Have you ever expressed your opinion whether the federal Constitution should be read to confer a right to same-sex marriage? If so, please provide details."
Elana Kagan - "I do not recall ever expressing an opinion on this question."
Guy is a brilliant douche.
I can't up-vote this enough.
I'm not sure why you seem to be of the opinion that gay civil rights should be marginalized and ignored, just because the struggle for gay civil rights isn't quite as bad as the struggle for African-American civil rights.
It's ridiculous to ignore the parallels between the two: religious justifications for discriminatory policies, massive resistance in the deep South, restrictions on marriage, repeated violence against members of the oppressed group, and a growing acceptance by the youngest members of society raised without ingrained detest of a certain social construct.
She's a hottie
Interesting read. But you'd have to think she'd support the right to marry if the case were decided today.
I admit, I would probably marry a man before marrying Kagan
I think in the case of DOMA probably yes, in the case of California no.
I think DOMA is struck down, but Prop 8 is upheld.
So? There's no specifically enumerated federal constitutional right to gay marriage. Kagan is correct - she's detailing existing case law and the Constitution itself.
As for the second quote, it's a completely different question - she wasn't expressing her personal opinion in the first quote.
If you seriously think there's something controversial stemming out of those two quotes, I don't know what to tell you. That's clutching at straws in a laughable way.
I didn't say anything was controversial, but according to Kagan herself putting her on the gay-marriage side is not a correct statement at this time.
Oh, I read this as a response to my question about why Kagan and Sotomayor should recuse themselves.
She 's probably a 'He' in pearls..
You rook mauverous!
Pretty much what 90% of libtard men and women look like.
Nah, that was a joke.
I think Chief Justice Roberts is probably the second most bangable person on the court, after Sotomayor.
Ah tBB, always a bastion of intellectual discussion.
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