Skip to comments.New Mexico Supreme Court: Same-sex marriage legal
Posted on 12/19/2013 10:40:05 AM PST by Alter Kaker
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) New Mexico's highest court has legalized same-sex marriage, declaring it is unconstitutional to deny a marriage license to gay and lesbian couples.
The state Supreme Court issued its ruling Thursday. New Mexico joins 16 states and the District of Columbia in allowing gay marriage.
Eight of the state's 33 counties have started issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples since August, when a county clerk in southern New Mexico independently decided to allow the unions.
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Sodomy holds forth in Santa Fe (AKA San Francisco of the east).
New Mexico is a liberal state - hippies and hispanics. I’m surprised it took this long.
New Mexico will mow infect Texas as gay Texans can run across the border, get married, come back home to Texas and live as a married couple under the protection of the SCOTUS DOMA decision.
How can we work this decision into getting concealed carry permits?
All these tyrants have done is destroy the meaning of the word “marriage”. There is no such thing as homosexual marriage and the idea of it is absurd. Next we’ll hear that wanting to diddle somebody in the nose is just another way of loving. Barf.
Just because the AZ Supreme Court ruled it legal, there are ways to overturn this decision, just like if the US Supreme Court rules in a decision, it too can be overturned.
A supreme court decision is not the absolute rule of law forever!
Step One: Approve homosexual marriage
Final Step: Lower the age of sexual consent.
That IS coming SOONER than you think and IS the homosexual community actual goal.
The homo crowd want to bugger our children and they will do in the cover of schools claiming : Sexual Exploration/Education
Who are these warped and twisted lawyers in black robes who believe that men and women are interchangeable? Have they never taken biology? Do they understand natural law? Are they morons and dregs?
One thing is certain. They are not alone.
Many if not most people know that men and women are not the same, but are very different and complementary. Men and women are NOT interchangeable, no matter how many laws are passed saying otherwise!
The country itself will end first.
Welcome to the final Babylon.
“Sodomy holds forth in Santa Fe (AKA San Francisco of the east).”
Yeah, Santa Fe has always been a blight on the state. I grew up north of Santa Fe, and always hated driving into town. Never felt that I would come away unscathed...
Moved out to Oklahoma in the early ‘80s and never looked back. And New Mexico has gotten worse over the years.
Loved the land/climate and some of the people, but could do without Santa Fe, Taos, and Albuquerque.
We are living in parallel cultures. At this point it looks like we have irreconcilable differences. Best to establish our firewall and leave them to their fate.
Not following you here...
Santa Fe is the SF of “the east?”
NM is now in the east?
Well it is east of San Francisco... I think that is what the original poster meant. And I cannot think of any other city east of San Fran that is like San Fran, other than Santa Fe...
Yes that is what I meant. I lived there for 13 years starting in the late 1970's. At that time there were more similarities than differences. Of course, back then San Francisco didn't have the gay sodomite in-your-face culture that it has now, and Santa Fe still doesn't. But even back then, the gay culture in Santa Fe was well established and openly seen especially in restaurants and shops. And the leftwing radical views of politicians are the same from being a sanctuary city for illegals, to complete support of Rat policies, and support for far left environmental causes including solid and fluid mineral extraction, logging, endangered species and of course global warming.
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I'd say that Santa Fe is probably the *most* gay-friendly. I know a lot of gay people who have moved from Albuquerque to live in Santa Fe because they felt more at home.
Growing up I've often heard people refer to Santa Fe as a mini San Francisco, and actually that's true. When it comes to the percentage of same-sex households, Santa Fe is 2nd right behind San Francisco.
The same thing Kennedy and Roberts will do to the rest of the country the first time queer “marriage” is heard before the court. Only a matter of time. The justices appointed by democrats can’t get it done, so the two republican judges will help them out.
How many naturally conservative Hispanics are outraged at this decision?
It seems it is not a big deal to Hispanic voters.