Sorry IJ......but if you presented them as requested then please post exactly
what it was.
All you did
was make nebulous comments to the case and asked me to "google."
Maybe I missed them in between your bellyaching invictive about my spelling. (actually poor typing
If so, then please post specific's and we can discuss it/them.
Unless of course you went and re-edited after
"The ruling" has nothing to do with the point I made about the intellectual
challanges with a protected class
making demands for equality.....you seem to be confusing the 2 different points.....and given your clear intellect I can only assume that your doing so:
B-Your not really reading what I posted
And if you don't think the man in the street isn't very aware of the advantages (in general) of being in a protected class
.......well I don't know how I can help you.
I asked YOU
to define "substantially burden" and you ask me
to "read the decision." Again, quoting you
So why can't you/why are you unable to simply offer a defination/examples yourself
I mean you either have them or you don't.
Either way please quit asking me
to do your
research and posting for you
That the black community, in general, is not happy with their stuggle for civil rights being co-opted for "marriage" issues is not a "opinion." Its fact. We can
discuss just how much or how far reaching such a feeling might be.
And no.....I don't
agree that interracial marriage has much in the way of workable analogy........there was
one with the specific issues raised in this case.
I know it was a main point of the argument raised by the guy that won the case.
But overall/in general, outside of it
...... not so much.
The more so that even the interracial example presumes
I don't "claim" I agree, I do
agree. Marriage should be a basic right.......gender or sexual preference should play no role.
Dude "I'm" the most argue for no real poster", funny, that is pretty much as I see you. You can't even tolerate even minor disagreement from someone that agrees with you on this issue.......you, for some unfathomable reason, see the need to insult and belittle me even when I agree with you, but differ on how things might best be presented for best effect.
I still think that if you had listened to me prior to the Prop 8 thing it might well have gone the way we
, if you really care
about the issue then look at how you treat/interact with someone on your side
If your willing to be so nasty to me---whom agrees
with you........then how in god's (small "g") name do you treat/interact those who don't?
How do you treat people that have not already made up their minds?
How do you try and sway those whom might very well be convienced to see marriage as a basic right?
The smug, superior, arrogant, smarter than everybody else, I'm going to talk down to you little people, Lefty attitude, not only grates, it turns people off. Esp
voter whom has become a crucial factor.
Like I said prior IJ, drive by postings
don't really do much for me.
If you have something to say---then say it and stick around and defend it.
If not, then the whole "I'm going to give you a shot in the mouth
(rhetorically speaking) then run away and hide before you can respond"
does not do much for me.
Also speaks volumes