Skip to comments.IRS Will Recognize Same-Sex Marriages in States That Don't Allow Same-Sex Marriage
Posted on 08/30/2013 9:02:52 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
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Since you are self evidently not a conservative, what are you BESIDES a cheerleader for the leftist promotion of homosexual sex normalcy?
When you gave fedgov power to deny it, you also gave fedgov power to grant it. You lost in giving it any jurisdiction. If you can't see that, then further explanation is wasting everyone's time.
Tell you what sport...come back to me when you can find one thing I’ve posted in favor of homosexuality. I won’t hold my breath because you can’t.But feel free to keep making s**t up if it makes you feel better.
Bad strategy is still bad strategy.
Ah, more generalized sloganeering! How convincing, concise, and detailed.
I never gave the fedgov anything except some hard earned dollars, very grudgingly.
And due to reasons known only to yourself, you don’t see that the fedgov shoving fagdom down our throats is not due to evil conservatives, but to fags and their leftist and libertarian admirers!
Yeah, pointing out where ya’ll screwed the pooch is sloganeering. You guys can’t even get the point of a lesson after you’ve had to learn the hard way. You’re the architects of your own ruin.
Toke on and have fun with your mind!
It isn't about gay "marriage" so much as it is about getting "benefits" (i.e. profiting from redistribution of wealth) and breaking down millennia old social structures.
Now that marriage is being redefined legally to mean anything, while people who can obtain a legal "marriage" document can receive all kinds of benefits because of that word "marriage", expect a lot of people to suddenly be discovering the joys of marriage. They don't have to be sexually involved--marriage could be between roommates who have no desire to form lasting relationships with members of the opposite sex, but who want all the benefits the law offers to actual married couples. These "married" roommates, while enjoying the financial benefits of marriage, would still be living single lifestyles and dating and so forth. Another use of "marriage" would be to evade inheritance taxes. Perhaps a businessman has no children to leave his estate to, but he doesn't want the inheritance tax levied on it. So he "marries" his business partner in order to leave his holdings to him.
And so forth. The one thing that legalizing gay "marriage" is almost certainly *not* about is love or relationships. It's all about societal destruction and wealth redistribution.
Not really “granting” anything, they are recognizing the legal marriage of two persons who have been married by a state which allows same-sex marriages, regardless of whether the state they presently reside in recognizes such. Out of the two IRS options with the repeal of DOMA (any-state or resident state) this one makes the most sense.