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RandySF

(61,651 posts)
Mon Oct 21, 2013, 07:42 PM Oct 2013

I'm not happy that Christie dropped his appeal on gay marriage.

I wanted the New Jersey Supreme Court to say loud and clear that the law as it stands on the books is unconstitutional. If they won't rule, I want the legislature to override the veto and pass marriage equity into statutory law as well. Call me a downer, but I don't like resting on lower court rulings.

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I'm not happy that Christie dropped his appeal on gay marriage. (Original Post) RandySF Oct 2013 OP
Interesting and educational post. xfundy Oct 2013 #1
There is no doubt in my mind he did it for the election hollysmom Oct 2013 #2
Yeah that happened in Washington and then we had an referendum on it gopiscrap Oct 2013 #3

hollysmom

(5,946 posts)
2. There is no doubt in my mind he did it for the election
Mon Oct 21, 2013, 09:13 PM
Oct 2013

so people would still think of him as a middle of the road person which he is not, just scott walker with a democratic legislature, not just anti-gay, but also - anti- union, anti- woman, Koch supporter.

gopiscrap

(23,821 posts)
3. Yeah that happened in Washington and then we had an referendum on it
Mon Oct 21, 2013, 09:43 PM
Oct 2013

that shut the door on the fucking homophobes!!

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