Massachusetts same-sex marriage pioneers split up

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    http://today.reuters.com/news/newsa...-RIGHTS-GAYS-MASSACHUSETTS.xml&src=rss&rpc=22
     
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    So sickening to see they consider 'raising their daughter' a priority, when they are harming their daughter to untold lengths by simply living such a selfish, destructive, mind-fuck lifestyle. :(

    Dept of Health and Soc. Services should remove from custody ANY child living with practicing homosexuals.
     
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    I wonder if Julie or Hillary will end up with a guy.

    Oh...never mind.

    That only happens with penguins.
     
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    Oh no.... that can't be possible. Once gay, always gay is what the Left tells us. But hetero to homo is possible.

    It's like a psychological one way street, you can only go in one direction...:rolleyes:

    Yeah, I heard about them splitting up, wasn't it over of domestic violence issues, i.e. one was beating the other one up?

    P.S. I've said this before for heteros, so it applies to homos, too. If it is a domestic violence issue, why isn't someone going to jail?
     
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    Thousands of hetrosexuals couples split up every day. Big deal.
     
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    The big deal is that one of the arguments given for gay marriage was that it would save the institution of marriage. Apparently, whoever made this argument thought that gays would take their marriage vows more seriously than heteros. I think that, if gay marriage becomes legal, in the long run, gays won't have a better track record than straights, and may even have a worse one.
     
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    Yup. Same problems as heterosexuals... no better, no worse.

    Shocking. :bow2:
     
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    Total poppycock. Never heard that in my life. And even if you can find a quote buried in a google search, one person's opinion doesn't make fact. There is no reason to believe any marriage between two consenting adults will go the distance. Anybody making such a prediction is a fool.
     
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    Well, you would think that people who fought so hard for the right to take marriage vows would be more careful about choosing a mate. But that's really not that important. The quote above is the key thing. The Court has acknowledged that the power belongs with the voters of the state.

    Surely these judges will be drummed out of the NSSACB - the Not So Secret Activist Judges Brotherhood.
     
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