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DawgfaninCa
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re: MSNBC Host Using Daughter to Support Gay Marriage


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Well, many of the benefits that derive from marriage (federal taxes, ss, etc) would not be solved by moving. Plus, most people have to go where they have the best employment opportunities.


I wasn't talking about moving to a state that recognizes same sex marriage.

When I said, "...refuse to go to..." and "...prefer to go to..." I meant refuse to visit a state that doesn't recognize same sex marriage and prefer to visit a state that does recognize same sex marriage.







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SammyTiger
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re: MSNBC Host Using Daughter to Support Gay Marriage


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The little girl doesn't even know what being married means yet this b***h is telling her it's good that girls can marry other girls.

This is a perfect example of what's going on with the same sex marriage advocates. They are going to poison the minds of our young children every chance they get.


The article made it appear that she is her daughter. OS i think it is her place to try and "poison her mind"






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DawgfaninCa
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re: MSNBC Host Using Daughter to Support Gay Marriage


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The article made it appear that she is her daughter. OS i think it is her place to try and "poison her mind"


The little girl is still at an age where she believes in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny.

Is her mommy also going to tell her that they don't really exist so that the little girl doesn't live in a fantasy world?

After all, mom wants to teach her daughter what she wants her to believe about the real world at an early age.









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TerryDawg03
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Neither do I and offenders should be punished through public decency laws. I don't see how that has anything to do with them marrying


So those who don't think gay marriage is decent are wrong, yet you'd punish outlandish gay parade "offenders" through decency laws?

I'm not trying to push one agenda over the other, but this type of contradiction in logic is why the issue is so loaded to begin with.






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