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Video: Come for the Smithsonian, stay for the civil fairness

by Jeremy Hooper

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Supreme Court Refuses to Stop Same-Sex Marriage Law [NBC Washington]

*Michael Cole has photos: First Look: Couples Waiting to Get a DC Marriage License [HRC Back Story]

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Who could not look and listen to this couple, already together many years and be so MEAN as to take away something they clearly RESPECT and deserve?!

To be able to marry, is as precious as having an EDUCATION.
To not have the opportunity, the choice is terrible. For anyone in our society to decide FOR gay people that they are never to have it, participate fully and equally, is cruel and spiteful.

The photos of the two couples, first in line, shows their eagerness, to brave the cold and the gratitude expressed that the meaning isn't lost on them.
And unfair indictment and lie oft repeated by the opposition that gay people don't appreciate marriage and being married.

I wish all those about to marry, all the happiness possible. I want this to be the decade that such barriers are finally and forever taken down against full equality in whatever endeavor gay folks want to pursue.

I hope members of SCOTUS are watching this and remembering how THEY felt when THEY got married and hope they can't be so hard and spiteful that they couldn't want the same opportunity for each person in America.
Who does it hurt?
Since when has equality EVER hurt anything?

Posted by: Regan DuCasse | Mar 3, 2010 11:49:29 AM

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