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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
It's good to see the people of Massachusetts have stood up and said
enough is enough. Maybe there's still hope for that state to come to
its senses and even eventually be rid of the rest of their abominations.
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http://www.breitbart.com/news/2007/01/02/D8MDBAK80.html

Lawmakers in Massachusetts, the only state where gay marriage is legal,
on Tuesday voted to advance a proposed constitutional amendment to ban
gay marriage, a critical step toward putting the measure the 2008
ballot.

The proposed amendment, which would define marriage as between one man
and one woman but ban future gay marriages, still needs approval of the
next legislative session before it can go onto the ballot.

The supporters of the amendment collected signatures from 170,000
people in an effort to get the question on the ballot.

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"I think gay marriage is something that should be between a man and a
woman." ~ California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
On Tue, 02 Jan 2007 23:25:27 -0500, badgolferman wrote:

(Yes, I'm Top Posting...)

No one ever accused us of having good sense.
After all, we keep electing Kennedy and Kerry, as well as John Olver and
Richard Neil...

This will never make it past Daval Patrick's leadership. Mitt Romney steps
down...uh, tomorrow, I think?






> It's good to see the people of Massachusetts have stood up and said enough
> is enough. Maybe there's still hope for that state to come to its senses
> and even eventually be rid of the rest of their abominations.
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>
> http://www.breitbart.com/news/2007/01/02/D8MDBAK80.html
>
> Lawmakers in Massachusetts, the only state where gay marriage is legal, on
> Tuesday voted to advance a proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay
> marriage, a critical step toward putting the measure the 2008 ballot.
>
> The proposed amendment, which would define marriage as between one man and
> one woman but ban future gay marriages, still needs approval of the next
> legislative session before it can go onto the ballot.
>
> The supporters of the amendment collected signatures from 170,000 people
> in an effort to get the question on the ballot.
 
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