Massachusetts Avoids Constitutionally Required Vote

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Unbelievable.

Why are these folks so afraid of giving the people (rather than unelected judges) a say in how marriage is defined? Thank God the definition of marriage is now protected in Virginia.

Maggie Gallagher has more here.

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Anonymous said:

beacuse you NEVER vote on peoples civil rights you dumb ass!

Jack said:

That must explain why Ann Richards vetoed the bill to allow Texans to vote on Concealed Carry.

stay puft said:

is concealed carry considered a civil right?

I guess if you parse the words, maybe. but for some reason the phrase, "civil rights movement" doesn't conjure up images of concealed weapons in my mind

jacob said:

Marshmallow,
I thought any of the rights enumerated by the constitution counted as civil rights.

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