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Apparently, he doesn't even have the sense that God gave geese...

Bullet, dodged.

Say what?!?

When keeping your eye on the ball goes horribly wrong...

I am NOT a number!

G. Greenwald is addicted to arguing, isn't he?

It's not whether he right or wrong, it's about his personality.

If he think he's being challenged, he's really quick on the draw with a retaliation. People like that have to alway be right, even if they're initially wrong and are prone to burn bridges.

I can see while he's not exactly a sympathetic character in some circles.

Thank God I Never Had Kids...

The nation is turning blue for marriage equality - Bans challenged on ALL fronts

North Dakota gay marriage ban challenged in federal court

By Emma Margolin
North Dakota has officially joined the party.

Seven couples filed a federal lawsuit challenging North Dakota’s constitutional amendment limiting marriage to unions between one man and one woman, the Associated Press reported Friday.

A U.S. district judge Friday evening struck down Wisconsin’s ban on gay marriage.

Meanwhile, the Texas Republican Party is considering a platform that supports gay conversion therapy, according to The Huffington Post.

Less than a year after the Supreme Court struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), setting off an unprecedented period of gains for the gay rights movement, there remains no barrier to same-sex nuptials untouched by litigation. North Dakota’s was the last of 31 remaining state bans in the nation to face a legal challenge.

The plaintiffs are suing both to marry in North Dakota, and to have their out-of-state marriages recognized. Seventy-three percent of voters approved North Dakota’s ban in 2004.

Prohibiting same-sex couples from marrying amounts to “an irreparable denial of their constitutional rights,” according to the lawsuit. Republican Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has yet to comment on how state officials will respond.

Since the DOMA ruling last year, which cleared the way for the U.S. government to begin recognizing same-sex marriages, federal judges in 14 states have overturned bans to such unions. Gay and lesbian couples can now legally wed in 19 states, plus the District of Columbia.


Equality is an inevitability, people.

It's going to happen sooner or later.

Shows to watch until next season...

When A Fire Starts To Burn...

Time for some Friday Tyson...

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