Friday, June 26, 2015

Common Conservative Reaction; White House Soup

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  • Soup McGee Amendment XIV

    Section 1.

    All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. #anyperson
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    • Patrick McCoy History, written to address free slaves.
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    • Soup McGee - not according to the Supreme Court...stare decisis, my friend!
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    • Bino Keriackus Amendment HIV hhhh555
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    • Gary Todd Frahm I'd like to point out, also, that marriage is a sacrament of the Church, and there is also a rule of separation of Church and State (notice the capital letters). What is the State doing in a Church sacrament? I know it's called contact law. If you w...See More
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    • Milko A. Gervet ^this guy
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    • Carmen N Daddona Its the Fed overreaching it boundries, weakening the states even more and continuing to become an overbearing monstrosity of a federal govt
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    • Claudio Patrick gary go to iran
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    • Milko A. Gervet Carmen, you support Ted Cruz, your argument is invalid.
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    • Terence Plumb Gary, you're just blitheringly wrong in your wrongness. Marriage is a contract that predates Christianity, Judaism, even civilization. HOLY MATRIMONY---a WEDDING---is a church sacrament the Catholics invented around the 11th or 12th century. SCOTUS a...See More
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    • Tom Heistuman Shit, Carmen. Sounds like gay marriage has fundamentally shaken you to the core. Maybe some self-examination is in order.
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    • Sam Morlov People were committing their lives to one another LONG before "The Church" arrived. Let's not forget humans have been on this planet 2.8 million years. Thanks science!
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    • Jen Thomas ^5 soup McGee!!
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    • Ben Ferguson Marriage started out as a way to bring tribes together and strengthen them so they could hunt and gather in greater numbers. Marriage was around long before Christianity existed, so stop claiming an idea that isn't yours to claim, Gary Todd Frahm.
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    • Patrick McGillicuddy MurphyChristians don't own marriage and they never have. It has always been a civil institution.
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    • Eli Dingman We are all soooo fucked. Remember Melissa Harris comment the your children aren't yours but they belong to society, well with this ruling the term birth parent will HAVE to be changed to legal parent. And if the state don't like the way you think.... the state is mother the state is father.
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    • Jacob Kuhn It's not the law that you have to Marry.
      And I didn't think marrying was apart of life, liberty, or property.
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    • Preston Young Jacob, who says that is all that should be legal? Crony capitalism isn't part of life, liberty or POH but it's legal. Alcohol has 2 amendments of it's own. Where does that fall in the trifecta. Guns? where are they in it?
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    • Sam Morlov Marrying is apart of some lives, not all. If you don't want to marry someone, you don't have to. If you do find someone you want to share your life with then you can. That's the beauty of freedom and why we have fought so hard for it, Jacob Kuhn. Life, liberty and the persuit of happiness.
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    • Whitney Jones The last sad wailings of a dying breed of hate. I'm glad my children will never know a USA where marriage equality was ever a debatable issue. I'm exceedingly proud of my country right now. 

      "No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies 
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    • Jaime Scott I have no issue with gay people wanting to be together and have married people rights. But if the actual ceremony of being married is a church thing and they don't want to allow it why do gay people want to be joined that way?
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    • Justin Ryan Blankenship Federal law > State law. get the fuck over it. Bye haters lol
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    • Whitney Jones Guys, as a heads up, Soup is BURNING the confederate flag. Not showing it as support. So don't spam him with hate. Lol.
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    • Genesis Ruby Crnolatas This has been an AWFUL week for white supremacist homophobes who don't think people should have access to healthcare....

      I'm sorry you've had a bad week! 
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    • Lae McLaughlin Jaime Scott, you do realize people can get married outside of a church setting, right? like without a priest/minister/whatever? judges, ship captains and certain other professions can perform the ceremony and do so just about anywhere. do atheists, pagans, and other non-religious folks get married in a church? think about it...
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    • Tony Anderson If you look close @jake berry you will see he's burning the flag
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    • Steve Chappell At first, I was conflicted, because I thought your profile pic (in thumbnail form) was supporting the f-ed up confederate battle flag. Then I clicked through to your profile, and I see that you're burning the flag. You might want to display something m...See More
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    • Patrick Ballou Jake, it is being burned silly.
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    • Matt Berish Justin, Federal Law doesn't always triumph State Law. Federal Law bans possession of marijuana, yet some States allow it. Get the fuck over it.
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    • Preston Young It is still illegal. The feds just no longer pursue action in those states, due to federal law.
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    • Lae McLaughlin exactly, Preston. it's still illegal under federal law, and IF the Feds wanted to, they could most certainly pursue action. sometimes they do, sometimes they do.
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    • Aaron Rieke And don't forget to be tolerant of other people's beliefs. Nevermind. Carry on with the hate speech. The only people who are required to be tolerant are white, straight, Christians.
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    • Martin Slater Jacob Kuhn It's not the law that you HAVE to marry. It is however, as part of "liberty", now the law that you CAN marry whoever you want. The U.S.A. today became a little more free. Noone, Democrat or Republican, can call themselves a US Citizen/Patriot if they are not celebrating today.
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    • Tom Elton Not sure if condemning gay marriage or agreeing... Although since you seem to be to fabulous to control I'm going to guess you are very happy about the new law! Congrats grin emoticon
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    • Ivan Gonzalez Love your profile picture
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    • Anthony Welch I agree with you man. Socialism is the only thing that won today.
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    • Kirkland Rideout gays aren't people
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    • Whitney Jones Anthony Welch, do you even understand what socialism is? "Do you even socialism, bro?"
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    • Jerome Kiryuu Kirkland Rideout excuse me, gays are not people? Please continue this statement. Explain to us how gays are not human. What are they? A mystical breed of all that is fabulous and good? They can be both that and people as well.
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    • Manuel Pedroza It's was an inevitable win. I'm all for equality. Just don't forget we are approaching 19 trillion in debt. Can we move on to more detrimental issues? Will we still have freedom if China and the rest of the world call in their debts. Smile now, cry later.
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    • Melissa Childs-Camacho Hey up. Yes, some states allow marijuana. While federally it is still illegal. But the federal level reserves the right to enforce the law where they need to. Federal law DOES trump State where the Supreme Court has ruled.
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    • Ty Bryant Melissa, I have a duty, as one of the people, to defend the people against a rogue government, if you disagree then you need to read your constitution, a duty must be fulfilled!
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    • Josette Carter When are we gonna legalize incest?
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