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Vaughn Walker, Prop 8 Judge, Has Personal Life Debated After Gay Marriage Ruling

Vaughn Walker, Prop 8 Judge, Has Personal Life Debated After Gay Marriage Ruling

Commented Aug 6, 2010 at 13:28:24 in Los Angeles

“This just goes to show that Maggie Gallagher and Bryan Fischer are stupid and have not read or understood the ruling. They obviously don't understand that "Findings of Fact" are indisputable, because they are FACTS. Facts are indisputably true by definition. Furthermore, anyone who has any grasp on reality and ability to understand logical reasoning could see that the judge's conclusions were ironclad, based entirely upon Constitutional law and federal judicial precedent, and therefore are not "his opinions". Sorry Maggie, but you have no case, and obviously no common sense.”

chicagurl on Aug 6, 2010 at 13:45:40

“Oh, Aidan - are you new here? You'll quickly come to realize that republicans never deal with "facts."”
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'Men hand-in-hand skipping down to adoption centers to 'pick out' a little boy for themselves'

Commented Apr 27, 2010 at 00:06:25 in Home

“"homosexual breeding grounds"
Can we consider how ridiculous this phrase is? How do gay people breed?”
Limbaugh: I'll Leave US If Health Care Reform Passes (VIDEO)

Limbaugh: I'll Leave US If Health Care Reform Passes (VIDEO)

Commented Mar 9, 2010 at 11:26:40 in Media

“Oh my god, this makes me want health care to pass even more than before! GO CONGRESS GO!”
Ann Coulter Revises Her John-Edwards-Is-Gay Routine

Ann Coulter Revises Her John-Edwards-Is-Gay Routine

Commented Feb 20, 2010 at 23:39:31 in Politics

“If by clearly and witty you mean that she uses sluggishly tired and doltish "humor" to distort the facts and show that she doesn't agree with them, then you're totally right. But here's the problem, you can't argue with the facts because they don't change just because you don't agree with them. She wouldn't know how to present a fact truthfully if it smacked her right on the nose.”
Rush Limbaugh Makes Gay Joke About Barney Frank:

Rush Limbaugh Makes Gay Joke About Barney Frank: "He Spends Most Of His Time Living Around Uranus" (AUDIO)

Commented Aug 21, 2009 at 15:28:15 in Media

“What a joke. Rush Limbaugh should be ashamed of how stupid that was.”
O'Reilly Responds To Jon Stewart's Attack On Fox News (VIDEO)

O'Reilly Responds To Jon Stewart's Attack On Fox News (VIDEO)

Commented Aug 21, 2009 at 14:55:27 in Media

“I would love to see Jon Stewart go on The O'Reilly Factor and destroy it like he did with Crossfire. :P”

NTBoss on Aug 21, 2009 at 15:16:07

“I, second the motion...that would be another youtube classic.”

mtnghost on Aug 21, 2009 at 15:04:18

“Wouldn't work as well. O'Reilly likes to cut off the mikes of guests who don't agree with him so his opinion is the only one that gets heard.”
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Indiana Newspaper Publishes Same-Sex Marriage Announcement: Madness Ensues

Commented Jul 18, 2009 at 16:53:28 in Media

“So are these people saying that if say, anyone in the United States did something that is against the law in Indiana, that it shouldn't be published in their newspapers because the action is not legal there? So they just want to be sheltered? It wouldn't matter to these people what the law is, whether same sex marriage is legal or not, they would be complaining about this either way. The fact of the matter is that they are bigots, they don't like gay people, and they don't want to read about them in their newspaper. Frankly, they should get over it. This is just a blatant attack by the social conservatives and their hick cronies on the freedom of the press. And are these people in Indiana that delusional as to think that the newspapers care as to whether or not they agree with what is published? Seriously, WAKE UP, no one cares.”
Rep. Steve King Lone Vote Against Acknowledging Slave Labor Construction Of US Capitol

Rep. Steve King Lone Vote Against Acknowledging Slave Labor Construction Of US Capitol

Commented Jul 8, 2009 at 13:55:30 in Politics

“I don't necessarily get why he would vote against a resolution (which means very little in the grand scheme of things) just because he doesn't agree with the fact that they're voting on a resolution...”
Barbara Boxer: Call Me 'Senator' (VIDEO, POLL)

Barbara Boxer: Call Me 'Senator' (VIDEO, POLL)

Commented Jun 19, 2009 at 15:49:16 in Politics

“I think Senator Boxer could have been a little more respectful in her tone when she asked the question, but I don't see why he wouldn't call her "Senator" in the first place. It just seems... appropriate. And John McCain is a loser, so who cares what he says on "Hannity", which has a nimrod for an anchor to begin with.”
France Wants To Study Burqa Wear, May Ban It In Public

France Wants To Study Burqa Wear, May Ban It In Public

Commented Jun 19, 2009 at 15:41:41 in World

“This would constitute discrimination against an ethnic-religious group. If France does this, it will only show how radically anti-Muslim they have become.”

alossix on Jun 19, 2009 at 16:35:07

“Agreed. What would legally constitute a burqa or niqab? Would any head covering be included in the ban, or only head coverings that are used in certain religions? To whom does the law apply?

How about a compromise: No woman in France can be forced to wear full-body coverings against their will?”

callmeslice23 on Jun 19, 2009 at 16:24:23

“Or that they feel very strongly for womens rights?”

Patricia84 on Jun 19, 2009 at 16:18:19

“I don't see how this is discriminatory. If someone want to be wearing gabs that prevent them to be recognized, they should do so in their very home or go where such behavior is acceptable. Imagine if everyone went down the streets wearing black masks, how freaky would that be? I understand that this is a cultural thing for some but if they value their culture that much they should stay where such customs are normal, i.e, not in the Western world.

People are getting thrown in jail for kissing in the streets, not wearing a hijab and so on in Muslim countries. If Western people are expected to follow a precise code in Muslim countries so should Muslims in the Western world. Nothing discriminatory about that. It's not so much about religion as it is about culture. France's culture is a secular one, which means religion is something personal, that you keep in your home or the church you go to. You don't get to force it down everyone's throw and expect them to let you go completely unidentifiable so they can accomodate you.”