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Source: NY Times/AP

N.J. Court Backs Rights for Same-Sex Unions

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published: October 25, 2006

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey’s Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex couples are entitled to the same rights as heterosexual couples, but that lawmakers must determine whether the state will honor gay marriage or some other form of civil union.

Here are the Freeper quotes:

its a real ” statutory scheme ” alright

Welcome to Bendover Acres.

All we need now is Rita Cosby to translate the opinion – any number of ways. 😉

Massachusetts has become the number one state to which gay foreignors travel on tourist visas. I’ve heard they meet an American gay, marry him or her and become a legal permanent resident of the state

Let’s just say I think Foley won’t be on the news tonight…

There’s a shock. The same leftist court that said Democrats could disregard New Jersey election law and replace the damaged Bob Torrecelli on the ballot in 2002.

No surprise there. We’ll see what the good citizens of NJ have to say about this. This one is fortunate enough to be moving to the mountains of PA in a few months. I’ve lived in NJ for only 3 years, but I can’t for the life of me figure out the politics in this state.

As expected, another blue state blesses the faggot/dyke agenda, which has no business in a courtroom, let alone a bedroom. Next, marry-your-goat-equal-protection rulings.

Even when the citizens vote to ban gay “marriage”, the activist court rules it “un-constitutional”, and subject the populace to the disgusting presence of sex deviates, who they now have to subsidize by medical insurance premiums skyrocketing with STD’s and AIDS cases being provided by employer healthcare plans.

We MUST get out the Republican voters on Nov. 7, to get two more USSC conservative Justices to stop the insanity of these lower courts.

This is good news for Kean Jr. I see a backlash against the Dummies as a result of this being forced on NJ by the courts. What say you FF?

My reaction to these BS decisions is: How is it we didn’t know our Constitution was intended to require gay marriage all these years? Obviously, it wasn’t.

The name to be given to the statutory scheme that provides full rights and benefits to samesex couples, whether marriage or some other term, is a matter left to the democratic process. How generous of them to allow the legislature to call it what they want. I’m sick of living under a judicial oligarchy. And last I checked, I didn’t get to vote for any of these bozos in black!

I think this will affect every race…

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