Skip to comments.Vermont legalizes gay marriage with veto override
Posted on 04/07/2009 8:36:25 AM PDT by wk4bush2004
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) Vermont has become the fourth state to legalize gay marriage and the first to do so with a legislature's vote.
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Well, add Vermont to the list of useless states I won’t spend any money in again.
Please do. These idiots have to be stopped.
Wouldn’t expect anything different from Vermont. Too bad such a beautiful state has to be infected with socialists.
not surprising the homo’s have been invading that state for years.
They now Will move their money to other states and pick those states off
ME, NH,NY, NJ, RI,IL,Ohio, WA,OR,CO, all take note
homo’s coming to a state near you
no matter how may states they get it in which will never be mine then AI along with my kids will never accept them as married nor are they normal
I would like to see polygimists get their marriage in those states now
hey why not, lets see if the liberals and homo’s think that religious group should have their marriage and so called rights
Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa and Vermont ain’t exactly the creme of the crop. Three of them you’d expect this BS from and the other one had the general will of their people denied by, yet again; judges.
shame that VT was once the most conservative state in the union but it comes a time when those few conservatives left have to say , time to move out and move on
my wife got out of MA and now we are down here in the south we make our votes count, our state gets our money and it does not go to liberal agenda’s and we helped to get the constitutional change to the FL state constitution.
infact get all conservatives out of the New England area and if one million people moved out and moved south then the laws can be changed for ever to stop liberals
CA, is lost so two million conservatives move out to CO,NM,AZ and it changes the game and political landscape not to mention who would now pay for their liberal agenda’s
..Anyone else still want to insist that we don’t need a constitutional amendment?
This looks like the MO of the gay marriage activists:
1. Have gay marriage put on the ballot.
2. Ignore the results if they don’t go your way, throw a fit.
3. Take your case to the legislature, where it’s legalized anyway. Screw the people!
4. Gay marriage legalized. Those silly citizens, thinking they had a say... Checkmate!
notice now one state has voted FOR homo’s to be married.
that is because the majority of folk do not think it is normal for a man to poke another man up the arse or a woman wear a strap on pretending to be a woman.
not normal and not natural, so for those homo’s reading this.
you are certainly not accepted nor are you normal, you can pretend you are married but you are far from the truth.
If what you do is your business then stop the freak parades, stop telling us that you like to poke men up the arse or wear a strap on, stop telling us how you have special rights when you clearly do not according to the constitution
EVERY POLIGIMIST NOW SHOULD BE GETTING THEIR MARRAGE LEGALISED AS SHOULD THE WHACK JOBS WHO WANT TO MARRY THEIR DOG
Will you homo’s back that marriage and say it is their right.
Only until those groups do this then people will wake up and say enough is enough,
one man and woman is marriage , nothing else is close to marriage
for the record to you homo’s I ma not old nor am I religious, I just think you are mentally perverted and sick and guess what so does most folk so stop trying to say it is only religious types against you
Vermont....what happened to the farmers and generations of poor rural people? Are they ultra liberal now? I don’t get it
what we need for people to wake up is for poligimists to try and get their marriage
I kid you not it is the only way for others to realise that we need the change.
bush should have tried to get it done when we had power and the people were fed up of the Dems, now we have to try again in a couple of years
In the meantime I want to see these groups get their kind of marriage legalised.
I wonder what the homo’s would say to that and their rights
I agree with you, but you are probably going to be blasted by others.
we are down here in the south
I live in Louisiana in a conservative area and I can’t imagine stomaching was those liberal/socialistic states spew out. I would drown in my own vomit (sorry to be so graphic) if I had to live in any of these states. It is unfortunate because these states are truly beautiful but only in a scenic sense.
They moved out when the barbarian hordes from Massachusetts overran the state.
they are still there but not many
for years liberals, aging hippies and homo’s moved tot he state as they were outcasts but then they started to get a foot hold of the state and now are in charge of it.
Believe it or not but on a couple of homo sites they actually tell homo’s where to move and whom to vote for so the agenda can be pushed.
Once it has been done then they move on
Look at the MA homo’s who first got married, they moved to other states and did tings like well I want a divorce you have to recognise my marriage or we are here in this new state and we want benefits
It is not marriage they want but it is their agenda tom be accepted and pushed onto the masses
Like I said the only way people will now wake up is for every kind of group to use the same argument for their marriage to be legal.
Every argument the homo’s used can be used for other groups and the judges cannot by rights stop their kind of marriage.
“VT was once the most conservative state in the union”
Maybe 60 years ago, but not for genrerations
Sure we need a constitutional amendment.
Not going to get it though. To pass one requires something like 80% popular support, pretty evenly distributed throughout the country. We probably couldn’t come up with much more than 60% and dropping.
One house of the legislature in each of 13 states would derail it. You truly believe there are 48 states that would vote for the amendment.
There hasn’t been an amendment passed with regard to a controversial issue since those passed right after the Civil War. And they passed using methods that were at best only arguably constitutional.
Looks like the activists’ goal of gay marriage in al New England by 2012 may happen sooner than that.
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