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McCain Tells Ellen DeGeneres: "You Shouldn’t Have The Right To Get Married"

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    Wow, people who were there to see Ellen's show cheered her opinion - that's stunning.

    Marriage is a privilege not a right - but we've talked that out just a week ago.
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    I just don't care anymore. Marry whomever, whoever and whatever you choose. Just shut the eff up about it and leave me the funk alone.

    But you've got to admire McC for going there and standing by his beliefs. It's much easier to be a liberal...you get to be in favor of everything...except Republicans and America, of course.
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    Re: McCain Tells Ellen DeGeneres: You Shouldn’t Have The Right To Get Married

    I agree with McCain on this one. Legal unions are fine, but marriage is not, IMO.

    I see nothing wrong with that.

    BTW, McCain really needs to see an orthodontist.
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    Kudos to McCain for not turtling and changing his stance in front of the pro-Ellen crowd.
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    Actually, McCain said we have a difference of opion on this, and he absolutely didn't say what he is "quoted" as in the thread title. I know that we are all completely shocked that Wes posted yet another complete lie in a thread title!
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    No worries , Mcain will change his mind in a couple weeks from now. He does it all the time.. :D
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    Actually i didn't create the title , go sue think progress.org :D
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    Isn't thinkprogress where you got the last bunch of bullcrap you were spewing? The pet cemetary in Green frickin Bay frickin Wisconsin...or was that Delaware? Thinkprogress equals LIES.

    Might as well post directly from the NY Times.
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    Clinton and Obama are against gay marriage too.
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    As usual, thinkprogress made it look like something was said that wasn't and, as usual, wesweler#83 falls for it hook line and sinker.

    wes - you can't just blame your crappy source, you are the one who put in in quotes. Think for yourself sometime - you might surprise yourself.
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    No , that was Fox news ... oops no , it was Huffington .
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    No, that was thinkprogress. Thinkprogress dot org equals a bunch of liars.
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    i'm morally against gays but come on...it's the land of the free, if you're not going to outlaw being gay, how can you outlaw marriage of gays?
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    Because "the state" sanctions marriage, so the state tells you can't marry your dog or your sister, and that you pay taxes differently and get different privileges if you're married, according to "the state".


    I don't care anymore. I just don't. Be gay, be happy, be joyful, be married, be miserable.

    You know what's really funny though? In the state of NH, if one married partner has an affair with a person of the opposite sex you can get a divorce based on adultery. If one partner cheats with a same sex partner, you can't file for divorce using adultery as the grounds, because, according to NH law, there's no such thing as gay sex. Even though, thanks to Govenor Lynch gay people can get married, there's still no sex. It's very strange to my mind. I know a couple of women who's husbands came out, and they can't file for divorce under adultery, even though their husbands are now living with other men. Friggin weird.
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