Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Ha, North Carolina geniuses put a hurtin' on those homos

North Carolinians voted to change the state constitution Tuesday to say that the only valid "domestic legal partnership" in the state is marriage between a man and a woman. The amendment passed 61 to 39 percent, making North Carolina the 29th state with a gay marriage ban in its constitution. 

The state already outlawed gay marriage, but the constitutional amendment makes it more difficult for politicians to ever change the law. The amendment also means that a handful of North Carolina municipalities that extended benefits to the domestic partners of their employees will no longer be able to do so, since marriage is now the only valid legal partnership in the state.

You know what? I love being able to vote on whether others should have the same rights as I.

That's right ... the majority should decide everything, right?  51% of people should be able to tell the other 49% how to behave. Yes ... WE'LL be deciding what you can do and what you can't do ... and tough shit if you don't agree. And never mind the equal protection clause ... that's nothing ... just shut up, we're VOTING over here.

You know you've lost your freedom when other people can tell you how to behave even when your behavior isn't hurting them (or others.)

Anyway, how embarrassing for North Carolina.  Do you think this will last very long?  Didn't the majority once deny others the freedom to marry outside of their race?  Why yes, I think they did.  But did that embarrassing episode teach the braying masses a damn thing?  Answer: No.

Let's face it ... idiot liberals many people spend all their waking time thinking how great the world would be if everyone had to do as they said.  And as often as possible they will shove their ideas down your throat and they'll jail you if you dare to disobey ... after all, it's for the good of society ... Hee haw ... HeE HaW ... EEEE-AWWWWWW EEEEE_AWWWWWWW.


ragweed said...

amen Klown thanks

WOMBAT said...

Well this is the beauty of state government. If you don't like the laws in one state, you can move to a state with laws you like. Classic example is VT vs NH. They're side by side geographically but on opposite sides of the political spectrum. As an American, you can choose to live in either one. That's freedom right there.

As for gay marriage, I'm fine with it. However, I respect the rights of people who aren't fine with it.

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