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Part Of Ohio Gay Marriage Ban Lifted

Judge orders state to recognize validity of out-of-state unions

April 5, 2014

CINCINNATI (AP) — A federal judge said Friday that he will order Ohio to recognize out-of-state gay marriages, a move that would strike down part of the state’s ban on gay marriages but stop short o......

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TrollSlayer

Apr-06-14 7:25 PM

cal, are you claiming America’s crew of the USS Abraham Lincoln, returning as heroes after their sacrifice on a long, difficult combat deployment, didn’t accomplish their mission? No surprise, since you’re a Demorat. Doesn’t matter though, because America’s brave military will still defend to the death your Constitutional right to spew that leftist filth.

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caltransplant

Apr-06-14 6:18 PM

Troll, yes I did. No lies involved. As I've said before, you need to look up the definition of "lie". Now, "mission accomplished" was a lie!

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TrollSlayer

Apr-06-14 3:45 PM

calrants “Troll, what you call "flip flop, I call seeing the light.”

Did you feel the same when Barry Obamboozler “saw the light” and renewed the Bush tax cuts? Or when Barry Obamboozler “saw the light” and decided to keep Guantanamo open FIVE YEARS and no end in sight longer than he promised? Or when Barry Obamboozler “saw the light” and decided to renew and expand Bush’s Patriot Act?

Yeah, you flip-flopping libbies always “see the light” after you lie your way into office and then reality gives you a good slap... LOL

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caltransplant

Apr-06-14 10:29 AM

Somemoreignorant, you're really into incest, aren't you?

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caltransplant

Apr-06-14 10:21 AM

Troll, what you call "flip flop, I call seeing the light. Man, it must be pitch black where you are!

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caltransplant

Apr-06-14 10:18 AM

Troll, then you and more ignorant should go to Britain. Take ratboy with you.

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caltransplant

Apr-06-14 10:15 AM

Somelessequal, if you read the article, MAYBE you will understand.

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Ragnar

Apr-05-14 10:04 PM

So, Ohio is forced to recognize pretend "marriages" between two persons of the same sex yet, Ohio does NOT have to recognize concealed carry permits from other states?

Liberalism has destroyed this Republic.

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daWraith

Apr-05-14 9:09 PM

Funny that arrogant geriatric nobodies like Truthless pretend they are Constitutional Scholars when they are just hillbilly sh**kickers.

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daWraith

Apr-05-14 9:07 PM

Truthless flunks civics as well:

"The Constitution of the U.S. does, in fact, trump a state's constitution when it comes to issues such as civil rights, human suffrage, etc"

Not really.

10th Amendment: "he powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people"

If it not EXPRESSLY given to the Federal Government nor EXPRESSLY prohibited to the states, then STATE have the right to define marriage as they see fit.

Article IV, Section 1: Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state. And the Congress may by general laws prescribe the manner in which such acts, records, and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof.

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daWraith

Apr-05-14 8:59 PM

Truthless maybe YOU should try reading the Constitution as clearly you know only enough to hang yourself. Supremecourt. gov:

"Are there qualifications to be a Justice? Do you have to be a lawyer or attend law school to be a Supreme Court Justice?

The Constitution does not specify qualifications for Justices such as age, education, profession, or native-born citizenship. A Justice does not have to be a lawyer or a law school graduate, but all Justices have been trained in the law.

Many of the 18th and 19th century Justices studied law under a mentor because there were few law schools in the country.

The last Justice to be appointed who did not attend any law school was James F. Byrnes (1941-1942). He did not graduate from high school and taught himself law, passing the bar at the age of 23.

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dyingov

Apr-05-14 7:41 PM

truthforonce, The US Constitution does NOT address the issue of marriage! Read the 10th amendment to the US Constitution and report back! You are not passing this class, yet! funny stuff.

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TrollSlayer

Apr-05-14 6:07 PM

truthless “I doubt SomeMoreIgnorant is British. If he/she is, I'll give him/her a pass.”

Give him a pass? Maybe he’ll give you a pass for being ignorant of proper variations in spelling. But I won’t. So here’s your spelling lesson. LOL

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TrollSlayer

Apr-05-14 6:03 PM

rightiswrong, so all you have is “Jim baker,” [sic] “war on women,” “war on the poor,” “war immagration” [sic] whatever that is, and “moonshine”? No actual argument? Please get smarter. You’re just boring. zzzzz....

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thetruthforonce

Apr-05-14 5:47 PM

Deadgov. Once again, study Constitutional law. The Constitution of the U.S. does, in fact, trump a state's constitution when it comes to issues such as civil rights, human suffrage, etc. And SomeMoreIgnorant, tell us all that you haven't participated in some activities that at one time were considered aberrant. If you haven't you're missing out.

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mkhunt

Apr-05-14 5:06 PM

Look at your own life. Our society is a total of many lives which affect others like ripples in water: the things you do and say are very important. Broken lives, broken hearts and it is at home that the trouble starts. Contamination for cash is killing people, gambling, drugs and prostitution are rampant and gangs are robbing banks..social melt down and unhappy people grasping for some meaning need pity and counseling and here's the tough one: A GOOD EXAMPLE! Is that you?

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rightiswrong

Apr-05-14 4:44 PM

Dyingquail.Yep,Actually those are the only ones I care to mention.I can think of a few more but no more laughs from me,dont want to aggravate your hemroids.You are just plan funny,In a stupid kind of way.

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dyingov

Apr-05-14 4:18 PM

notthetruthalways, School is in session!

State constitutions don't count? Funny stuff! Does the federal constitution address marriage?

Ohio Constitution: "Only a union between one man and one woman may be a marriage valid in or recognized by this state and its political subdivisions. This state and its political subdivisions shall not create or recognize a legal status for relationships of unmarried individuals that intends to approximate the design, qualities, significance or effect of marriage."

Read the US 10th amendment to the constitution!

Report back! LOL

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thetruthforonce

Apr-05-14 3:44 PM

And dyinggov, it's obvious you don't have any idea what you are talking about or what the role of the federal judiciary is. Go back to Civics I and retake the course.

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thetruthforonce

Apr-05-14 3:39 PM

Putin, "All men are created equal" is not in the Constitution. Read it sometime you might find it interesting. Maybe then you could comment on it. The quoted statement is from the Declaration of Independence. The federal courts don't rule on the constitutionality of the Declaration of Independence. Troll, I doubt SomeMoreIgnorant is British. If he/she is, I'll give him/her a pass. Somehow I don't think his/her spelling would pass muster in a U.S. spelling bee.

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PutinForPeace

Apr-05-14 2:10 PM

Truthy:"these guys in black robes are appointed for the purpose of interpreting the Constitution. They spend years studying and practicing law prior to being elevated to the position that allows them to take on this task."

WE the majority alone have the power to amend the constitution. Not judges. And NEVER has homosexual so called marriage ever been thought a right denied. Even slavery required an amendment to rid us of it despite All Men Created Equal.

So do tell us how suddenly these activist in the courts have the right now to legislate where they have never were given the right? AND remind us what the Amendment process is for is Judges can just make it up? The lefts impatience for Democracy is our ruination. For shame

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dyingov

Apr-05-14 10:29 AM

wrong, 3 wars going on in the US? funny stuff

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rightiswrong

Apr-05-14 9:12 AM

Hurry troll I think Jim baker is on tv,You wouldn't want to miss that.You must think the war on women,war on the poor and the war immagration are stratigic issues just thrown about.Nice try.Get a clue,duh.Go make some more moonshine,I think your starting to go dry.

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TrollSlayer

Apr-05-14 8:57 AM

“I am not a supporter of gay marriage as it has been thrown about, primarily just as a strategic issue. I think that marriage, in the minds of a lot of voters, has a religious connotation. I know that’s true in the African-American community, for example.” – IL State Senator Barry Obamboozler, Feb. 2, 2004

“I believe that marriage is the union between a man and a woman. Now, for me as a Christian — for me — for me as a Christian, it is also a sacred union. God’s in the mix.” – Presidential Candidate Barry Obamboozler, April 17, 2008

“I believe marriage is between a man and a woman. I am not in favor of gay marriage.” – Presidential candidate Barry Obamboozler, Nov. 2, 2008

“I’ve called on Congress to repeal the so-called Defense of Marriage Act...” – Flip-Flopper in Chief Barry Obamboozler, June 29, 2009

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dyingov

Apr-05-14 8:28 AM

foronce, So the federal goberment has no "same sex" marriage law, yet you feel that the federal judge should rule on the states constitution! I believe the good people of Ohio (type of goberment the constitution requires) voted (2004 62% against) on the gay marriage issue! In the political voting world 62% is a huge victory! Put it on the ballot again and see what happens.

Funny the nomomma administration has been all about gay marriage, dope smoking and redistribution of wealth! Funny stuff.

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