FYI: Colorado Supreme Court Orders Boulder Clerk

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    I guess the rule of law means nothing to those with an agenda.

     
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    I guess the rule of law means nothing to those with an agenda.

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    In any court case both sides have an agenda.

    But WHY do the Judges vary in opinion ..

    Do 'they' have personal agenda's as well? (other then legal)

    .. I think so ..

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    Maybe so.

    but, thankfully, the gay marriage crew have no personal agenda.

     
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    In any court case both sides have an agenda.

    But WHY do the Judges vary in opinion ..

    Do 'they' have personal agenda's as well? (other then legal)

    .. I think so ..

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    Maybe so.

    but, thankfully, the gay marriage crew have no personal agenda.

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    "Personal" agenda? As in to be treated equally? Yeah, that's real "personal" agenda. 

     
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    I guess the rule of law means nothing to those with an agenda.





    In any court case both sides have an agenda.


    But WHY do the Judges vary in opinion ..


    Do 'they' have personal agenda's as well? (other then legal)


    .. I think so ..


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    Maybe so.


    but, thankfully, the gay marriage crew have no personal agenda.


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    "Personal" agenda? As in to be treated equally? Yeah, that's real "personal" agenda. 


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    Apparently so.


    i just love it when a progressive starts sputtering with moral superiority. It is like a squid shooting ink when in danger.


    in your relativistic world, some things seem absolute.

     
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    In any court case both sides have an agenda.

     

     

    But WHY do the Judges vary in opinion ..

     

    Do 'they' have personal agenda's as well? (other then legal)

     

    .. I think so ..

     

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    Maybe so.

     

    but, thankfully, the gay marriage crew have no personal agenda.

     

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    "Personal" agenda? As in to be treated equally? Yeah, that's real "personal" agenda. 

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Apparently so.

     

    i just love it when a progressive starts sputtering with moral superiority. It is like a squid shooting ink when in danger.

     

    in your relativistic world, some things seem absolute.

    [/QUOTE]

    Civil rights are a not a personal agenda. Right to vote. Right to sit in any seat on public transportation. Right to marry someone. All the same. Get it?

     
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    I guess the rule of law means nothing to those with an agenda.

     

     

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    In any court case both sides have an agenda.

     

     

    But WHY do the Judges vary in opinion ..

     

    Do 'they' have personal agenda's as well? (other then legal)

     

    .. I think so ..

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Maybe so.

     

    but, thankfully, the gay marriage crew have no personal agenda.

     

    [/QUOTE]

    "Personal" agenda? As in to be treated equally? Yeah, that's real "personal" agenda. 

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Apparently so.

     

    i just love it when a progressive starts sputtering with moral superiority. It is like a squid shooting ink when in danger.

     

    in your relativistic world, some things seem absolute.

    [/QUOTE]

    Civil rights are a not a personal agenda. Right to vote. Right to sit in any seat on public transportation. Right to marry someone. All the same. Get it?

    [/QUOTE]

    Really? I have the right to marry my dog?

    cool!

    i think you have this rights thing mixed up with regulated things.

     
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    I guess the rule of law means nothing to those with an agenda.

     

     

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    In any court case both sides have an agenda.

     

     

    But WHY do the Judges vary in opinion ..

     

    Do 'they' have personal agenda's as well? (other then legal)

     

    .. I think so ..

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Maybe so.

     

    but, thankfully, the gay marriage crew have no personal agenda.

     

    [/QUOTE]

    "Personal" agenda? As in to be treated equally? Yeah, that's real "personal" agenda. 

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Apparently so.

     

    i just love it when a progressive starts sputtering with moral superiority. It is like a squid shooting ink when in danger.

     

    in your relativistic world, some things seem absolute.

    [/QUOTE]

    Civil rights are a not a personal agenda. Right to vote. Right to sit in any seat on public transportation. Right to marry someone. All the same. Get it?

    [/QUOTE]

    Really? I have the right to marry my dog?

    cool!

    i think you have this rights thing mixed up with regulated things.

    [/QUOTE]

    I think you have human rights mixed up with animal rights. Really, the whole people wanting to marry their dog thingy has fallen short and grown old.

     
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    I guess the rule of law means nothing to those with an agenda.

     

     

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    In any court case both sides have an agenda.

     

     

    But WHY do the Judges vary in opinion ..

     

    Do 'they' have personal agenda's as well? (other then legal)

     

    .. I think so ..

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Maybe so.

     

    but, thankfully, the gay marriage crew have no personal agenda.

     

    [/QUOTE]

    "Personal" agenda? As in to be treated equally? Yeah, that's real "personal" agenda. 

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Apparently so.

     

    i just love it when a progressive starts sputtering with moral superiority. It is like a squid shooting ink when in danger.

     

    in your relativistic world, some things seem absolute.

    [/QUOTE]

    Civil rights are a not a personal agenda. Right to vote. Right to sit in any seat on public transportation. Right to marry someone. All the same. Get it?

    [/QUOTE]

    Really? I have the right to marry my dog?

    cool!

    i think you have this rights thing mixed up with regulated things.

    [/QUOTE]

    I think you have human rights mixed up with animal rights. Really, the whole people wanting to marry their dog thingy has fallen short and grown old.

    [/QUOTE]

    Woof!

     
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    I guess the rule of law means nothing to those with an agenda.

     

     

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    In any court case both sides have an agenda.

     

     

    But WHY do the Judges vary in opinion ..

     

    Do 'they' have personal agenda's as well? (other then legal)

     

    .. I think so ..

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Maybe so.

     

    but, thankfully, the gay marriage crew have no personal agenda.

     

    [/QUOTE]

    "Personal" agenda? As in to be treated equally? Yeah, that's real "personal" agenda. 

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Apparently so.

     

    i just love it when a progressive starts sputtering with moral superiority. It is like a squid shooting ink when in danger.

     

    in your relativistic world, some things seem absolute.

    [/QUOTE]

    Civil rights are a not a personal agenda. Right to vote. Right to sit in any seat on public transportation. Right to marry someone. All the same. Get it?

    [/QUOTE]

    Really? I have the right to marry my dog?

    cool!

    i think you have this rights thing mixed up with regulated things.

    [/QUOTE]

    I think you have human rights mixed up with animal rights. Really, the whole people wanting to marry their dog thingy has fallen short and grown old.

    [/QUOTE]

    Woof!

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    Typical level of intelligent discourse on your behalf.

     
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    I guess the rule of law means nothing to those with an agenda.

     

     

    [/QUOTE]


    In any court case both sides have an agenda.

     

     

    But WHY do the Judges vary in opinion ..

     

    Do 'they' have personal agenda's as well? (other then legal)

     

    .. I think so ..

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Maybe so.

     

    but, thankfully, the gay marriage crew have no personal agenda.

     

    [/QUOTE]

    "Personal" agenda? As in to be treated equally? Yeah, that's real "personal" agenda. 

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Apparently so.

     

    i just love it when a progressive starts sputtering with moral superiority. It is like a squid shooting ink when in danger.

     

    in your relativistic world, some things seem absolute.

    [/QUOTE]

    Civil rights are a not a personal agenda. Right to vote. Right to sit in any seat on public transportation. Right to marry someone. All the same. Get it?

    [/QUOTE]

    Really? I have the right to marry my dog?

    cool!

    i think you have this rights thing mixed up with regulated things.

    [/QUOTE]

    I think you have human rights mixed up with animal rights. Really, the whole people wanting to marry their dog thingy has fallen short and grown old.

    [/QUOTE]

    Woof!

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    Typical level of intelligent discourse on your behalf.

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    Bow wow?

    i guess celebrating diversity is not so diverse, in fact, it seems to be more of a rigid agenda.

    meow.

     
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    [/QUOTE] Really? I have the right to marry my dog? [/QUOTE]




    You may be as intelligent as your dog, but that doesn't make your dog a person.



    Then again, you think a fertilized egg is a human being, so who knows.


     


     


     


    Go ahead. Rant about "progressives," declare victory, and run away.

     
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    I guess the rule of law means nothing to those with an agenda.

     

     

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    In any court case both sides have an agenda.

     

     

    But WHY do the Judges vary in opinion ..

     

    Do 'they' have personal agenda's as well? (other then legal)

     

    .. I think so ..

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Maybe so.

     

    but, thankfully, the gay marriage crew have no personal agenda.

     

    [/QUOTE]

    "Personal" agenda? As in to be treated equally? Yeah, that's real "personal" agenda. 

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Apparently so.

     

    i just love it when a progressive starts sputtering with moral superiority. It is like a squid shooting ink when in danger.

     

    in your relativistic world, some things seem absolute.

    [/QUOTE]

    Civil rights are a not a personal agenda. Right to vote. Right to sit in any seat on public transportation. Right to marry someone. All the same. Get it?

    [/QUOTE]

    Really? I have the right to marry my dog?

    cool!

    i think you have this rights thing mixed up with regulated things.

    [/QUOTE]

    I think you have human rights mixed up with animal rights. Really, the whole people wanting to marry their dog thingy has fallen short and grown old.

    [/QUOTE]

    Woof!

    [/QUOTE]

    Typical level of intelligent discourse on your behalf.

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    Bow wow?

    i guess celebrating diversity is not so diverse, in fact, it seems to be more of a rigid agenda.

    meow.

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    Nobody is asking you to celebrate diversity. I daresay you're not invited. Gay marriage, like any other marriage, is none of your business.

     
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    It is fine with me that we stay on topic. I have taken care of that member of the other forum with that forum.

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    Good. Keep me out of it.

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    Our interactions have been nothing but civil since I returned to posting. I truly hope they continue to be so. 

     
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    Re: FYI: Colorado Supreme Court Orders Boulder Clerk

    Since the OP was removed, and I along with others I imagine, did not get to read it, I am posting one article about this development.

    Top Colorado Court Halts Gay Marriages in Boulder
    DENVER — Jul 29, 2014, 9:57 PM ET
    By IVAN MORENO Associated Press

    Boulder County must stop issuing marriage licenses to gay couples while the Colorado Supreme Court considers an appeal from the state's attorney general, justices said in a ruling Tuesday.

    The court ruling was in response to an appeal from Republican Attorney General John Suthers, who has been trying for several weeks to get Boulder's clerk to stop giving marriage licenses to gay couples until there's a definitive ruling on same-sex unions from the U.S. Supreme Court.

    The same court previously ruled in Suthers' favor in ordering Denver to stop issuing licenses, but that ruling didn't apply to Boulder.

    Boulder was the first Colorado county to begin giving licenses to gay couples in June after the Denver-based 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against Utah's same-sex marriage ban. That ruling was put on hold pending appeal. Along with Utah, the 10th Circuit includes Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Wyoming.

    The state's high court said it will take up Suthers' appeal asking for same-sex marriage licenses to stop, pending litigation regarding gay-wedding bans.

    Suthers has said the state's laws need to be enforced until there's a decisive court ruling.

    Boulder Clerk Hillary Hall has argued, however, that the guidance from several courts that have overturned state bans is clear, and a final, favorable outcome for gay marriages is inevitable. Boulder's attorneys have told Suthers that they believe Hall would be violating people's constitutional rights by refusing marriage licenses to same-sex couples in the meantime.

    But after Tuesday's order, Hall said she would stop.

    "I am disappointed by the Colorado Supreme Court's stay, but I will comply with the order," Hall said in a statement. "Given the avalanche of recent cases determining that same-sex marriage bans are unconstitutional, I am hopeful the stay will be short-lived and that we will be able to resume issuing licenses soon."

    The state Supreme Court said all documents related to the case must be turned over by Oct. 20.

    As of Tuesday, Boulder County had issued 202 marriage licenses to gay couples.

    In addition to Boulder and Denver, Pueblo County also briefly issued licenses to same-sex couples, but Pueblo stopped after the state Supreme Court ordered Denver to halt the practice.

    Suthers and Boulder County have spent weeks in back-and-forth legal wrangling as Suthers has tried unsuccessfully through lower courts to get the county stop allowing gay weddings.

    Suthers' office said in its filing Monday to the state's high court concerning Boulder that unless the Colorado Supreme Court steps in, the earlier ruling affecting Denver will be undermined.

    "There is no sound judicial reason for the Denver Clerk to be prevented from issuing same-sex marriage licenses (temporarily), while at the same time allowing the Boulder Clerk to issue the same licenses," Michael Francisco, the assistant solicitor general, said in the filing.

    In a separate case, a federal judge in Denver ruled July 23 that that state's 2006 voter-approved ban is unconstitutional. But the judge put his ruling on hold to give the state until Aug. 25 to seek a stay, pending resolution by the U.S. Supreme Court.

     

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/top-colorado-court-halts-gay-marriages-boulder-24764016

     

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