No repeal this year to Gay marriage ban in California

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    It's only a matter of time...it took a while for the Segregationists to lose in the South...it will take a little longer. We are not going away. We are not giving up.
     
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    Another example of a few idiots trying to force their perverted life style on everyone else. The people of cal. have voted, stop crying and except the loss. Right has won.
     
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    Actually, I am one of the ones who will help us win. 18,000 of us have legal marriage...others do not. That is unequal treatment under the law...classic Segregation. And it will go away just like those colored drinking fountains went away. We aren't going away. :clap2::clap2::clap2:
     
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    All in good time..

    The tide has turned and Gay Marriage will soon be allowed
     
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    We are nothing but Patient.
     
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    Why don't people work on the 50% divorce rate among those who want to keep marriage "sacred"? Can't they "honor their vows"?
     
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    Not likely, if left to the referendum process, like it is in Fornicalia.

    Still, gays have the right to draw up their own common law marriage contracts, under the auspices of Article 1, Section 10, same as always.
     
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    Calling your vile couplings a 'marriage' will never make them anymore than vile couplings.
     
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