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Hawaii's governor continues conservative campaign against LGBT equality with same-sex veto



  • Stan Transue 5 years ago

    "...the conservative agenda of denying people equal rights..."

    Golly. I guess we all missed the part of the Constitution that identified a right to state acknowledgement of one's marriage.

    You sir, are denying the rights of all of the beastialists and pedophiles out there who want to marry gerbels or 6 year-olds. Why are you not standing up for THEIR rights you bigot!??!

  • Keepin it real 5 years ago

    I thought it was GLBT! C'mon on people. I can't keep up without being called a homophobe!

  • Keepin it real 5 years ago

    Did William miss the late great KKK membership endorsed by Bill Clinton as youthful folly looking for votes? Is that not what Obama is doing? On the hate whitey end?

  • Keepin it real 5 years ago

    For some dumb ass reason I want to marry 3 women! I am being discriminated against! I LOVE all 3! We have been in a "committed relationship" for 8 years. Where are OUR rights?

  • The New Age 5 years ago

    Man, you do surely spit into the wind! You will win this battle when you convince the people that the Christian G-d is a liar and that He should be replaced with William Skordelis.

  • classical liberal 5 years ago

    Everyone is wrong. We need a separation of marriage and state. The state should only protect and enforce legal contracts of any kind, noting more, nothing less. If a +- couple is religious, they get a religious marriage contract. The ++,--, or +-, non religious couple get legal contracts of whatever kind they write. The state only enforces that legal contract of a union. It should only get the treatment as laid out in that social contract. Collectivism/statism is a disease today. Both sides have this one wrong....

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