ART_DECO saidGreat! Though expect fierce opposition from Republicans, who will fabricate all kinds of "defense of marriage" arguments, and ignore Sen. Feinstein's excellent explanation of how unfair and discriminatory the remaining DOMA provisions are. But it's clear Republicans aren't really dealing with logic on this matter, but emotions that lead them to seek any way to hurt LGBT, and deny us any relief from discimination.
Let's make a little correction to 'SOME Republicans'.
It's time to just let it go and deal with it. Homosexual marriage is here .... whether it take 90 days or two more years ... it's here .... done ..... nearly over. To my life long party .... just let it go.
Here or not. I'm just happy my life is in such a good place, that it's not an issue for us; my man and I. We know you don't have to be married to love or to be love; nor is it something we need to do for status, as Art has done many times in the past; and what next time for you will be something special;
wasn't the full orchestra then riding off in the sunset on a motorbike enough for you mate. maybe you should take yourself off your pedestal MRS Bucket, and see you are no better than those you behold so much contempt for. Oh homosexual marriage may be on the way, but bisexuals have been doing it for ever; and more than once. sadly with people like Art it has to do more with status than it does love.
Oh Bobby and lets not overlook the fact that DOMA was a democrats brainchild/creation; yet you want to lay all the blame on the republicans, just as you blame your ex wives for depriving YOU of true love' oph please.