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Brace yourselves, WebDippers, we have an opportunity to say something that actually matters for a change! (Brits only, sadly). Instead of making the same old arguments to the same old people, why not say something to the government as they consider new legislation?
You know....there are a great number of us that **TRULY** do not give a shit about what you do in the bedroom. And if you want to live together, go for it. and if you want to create a living trust that gives Steve the right to pull the plug on Adam, and inherit all his shit....go for it....there already exist legal means to do what you want. They are different legal means than a "normal" married couple....but they do exist. Power of Attorney, etc.....it's out there...research it....stop being whiny bitches.
Totally support the right for you to fuck whomever and whatever you want, blah blah blah....because that's what it's about....and the financial shit....can be dealt with just the same.
soooo tired of the weekly homo-rights threads....
OK....feel free to insult me and call me names now. And standing naked, arms spread wide and a target painted on my genitalia....which you will focus on like a laser because they are huge and delicious....
Nope, not the same. For a start it has the word marriage in it, which for a lot of people is a big issue. And it really doesn't matter which side I'm on. The point was to give people the chance to actually do something instead of just making the same boring arguments at each other...
It seems that some people (cough krellin cough) have rather missed the point and want to make the same boring arguments anyway... Sigh...
Ok I read it again. Yes the only difference is the word 'Marriage'. I oersonally don't believe the meaning of the word should be changed just to please an interest group. It's like ugly people wanting to be called sexy just cos that would be nice. It just seems petty to me to want to appropriate the word, when the far more important thing is the more practical legal rights.
@Krellin, you *know* we are all desperately jealous of you. Please don't rub it in. Do rub yourself if you want.
@Octavious. It seems that some people (homo's) have rather missed the point, and want to indulge themselves in a religious institution that they don't believe in in order to gain political/sociatel/economic benefits that are freely available to them....just via different sort of legal documents.
"Treat all economic questions from the viewpoint of the consumer, for the interests of the consumer are the interests of the human race." Frédéric Bastiat- 1850 (He is even European, where did Europe lose its way-Bismarck)
Guys, I got tired of having to hide the screen from my kids when I was reading the Forum posts because of the widespread use of the F-word and other profanity. So--it's not personal if I muted you, or your thread.
Alright, say some of your friends dated a chick who is, let's say, a whore. Now, you go after her just for that reason; not to date her, but just to get a little somethin somethin. Does that break the "bro code"?
Those in the human race who are lazy, dishonest, unmotivated, drug addicts, drunks and unreliable want government to be strong so government can provide them a life they would never or could never provide for themselves by their own efforts. This thread is dedicated to them, and to keeping Govt. weak
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