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“There’s no argument left”
« on: Jul 29 14 02:00 »
Haters be losin', lol.

To all the right-wing haters and fundamentalist screwballs out there, give it up already. Gay marriage is going to be accepted in all 50 states soon no matter how much you oppose it.

It's just like when you nuts opposed interracial marriage- that happened too, despite all your pissing and moaning and dire warnings about how it would destroy society blah de blah de blah.

Seriously, go find something else to focus your hate on. Your battle against Same-Sex Marriage is all but over.





After a federal appeals court on Monday ruled against state gay
marriage bans, North Carolina's attorney general said 'there are
no more arguments to be made' against same-sex marriage.


Atlanta — After a federal appeals court on Monday struck down a gay marriage ban backed by 57 percent of voters in Virginia, Roy Cooper, attorney general for Virginia’s neighbor, North Carolina, hoisted a surrender flag.

There’s no argument left” against banning two consenting adults of the same sex from getting hitched, he said. Mr. Cooper, a Democrat, announced that he will no longer defend the state's gay-marriage ban in court.

The Monday ruling by a three-judge panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va., binds federal judges throughout its entire Bible Belt jurisdiction: West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. The ruling will not legally take effect for another three weeks, during which time the defendants can appeal and demand a stay of the order.

The 2-to-1 decision is important on several levels, with the court supporting a fundamental constitutional right for gays to marry and the ruling coming in a state where half a century ago – in Loving v. Virginia – the US Supreme Court said that government can’t keep white and black people from marrying. Moreover, it adds to the likelihood that the Supreme Court will at some point take up the issue.

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Justice/2014/0729/In-Bible-Belt-gay-marriage-rights-increasingly-in-flux
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