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November 21, 2008

Dr. Phil takes on Prop. 8

Doctor_phil So I understand that you might want to tune into Dr. Phil today. Here's the description of the show:

Friday - November 21, 2008

Same-Sex Marriage: Prop 8 Debate
It’s a hot-button topic in California and around the country: The passage of Proposition 8, which reinstated a ban on same-sex marriage. Supporters of this initiative voted to preserve the sanctity of marriage solely between a man and a woman. Opponents of Prop 8 say it violates the constitutional rights of the gay community and that America’s laws should treat everyone equally. Since Election Day, numerous protests and rallies have been organized to overturn the law, and the debates are getting heated regarding this highly personal and controversial topic. Dr. Phil’s guests debate their opposing points of view: Discrimination attorney Gloria Allred, president of the Human Rights Campaign Joe Solmonese, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, Pastor Jim Garlow, president of National Organization of Marriage, Maggie Gallagher and co-campaign manager for the Yes on 8 Campaign, Jeff Flint. Whatever your beliefs, you won’t want to miss this show!

(Image © Jerry Avenaim for Newsweek)

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The two Jewish stole the show. Their life story proves that it would be sinful to take their marriage away. It would violate their fundamental right to be married, the rights of their daughters to have married parents, and the religious rights of their faith to sanctify and celebrate their marriage. Plus it would be just plain mean.

Samuel X

...Wait. I'm not familiar with this reason, and I've already had someone else try to explain it to me without success. Where does this right of marriage come from?

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