Skip to comments.NJ court agrees to allow same-sex marriages Monday
Posted on 10/18/2013 2:33:03 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Same-sex marriages will begin within days in New Jersey after the states highest court ruled unanimously Friday to uphold a lower-court order that gay weddings must start Monday and to deny a delay that was sought by Gov. Chris Christies administration.
A judge on the lower court had ruled last month that New Jersey must recognize same-sex marriage and set Monday as the date to allow gay weddings. Christie, a Republican who is considered a possible 2016 presidential candidate, appealed the decision and asked for the start date to be put on hold while the state appeals.
A spokesman for Christie said that he will comply with the ruling, though he doesnt like it.
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Beat you by five minutes.
I had hoped that when other states approved homosexual marriage that they all would have moved there by now. Oh, well...
HOMOSEXUAL, because there’s nothing GAY about it.
Cue the obligatory press photos of two enormous middle-aged women wearing suits.
And there it is folks. Rule by judicial fiat.
Take another lap New Jersey...keep making all the wrong choices and expecting wonderful results. Fools paradise...
And Christie will just bend over and take it, like Romney did.
What I’ve never understood is the mannish appearance of some lesbians.
If being “gay” means being a woman who simply loves another woman, instead of loving a man, why the need for a mannish appearance????
The New Stan and Ollie.
And right there is the Sacred Creed of the RINO.
How astonishing that we are only realizing just now that this is a basic human right! Who knows what other, similar “rights” are waiting for us in the near future . . .
Now, they just ignore process altogether.
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