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I am pissed :bitchin:

the NY senate has voted down gay marriage

Here is the breakdown by senator:

Voted "Yes"

Eric Adams, D-Brooklyn

Neil Breslin, D-Delmar

Martin Dilan, D-Brooklyn

Thomas Duane, D-Manhattan

Pedro Espada, D-Bronx

Brian Foley, D-Suffolk [was "Undecided" in November]

Ruth Hassell-Thompson, D-Bronx/Westchester [was "Undecided" in November]

Craig Johnson, D-Nassau

Jeffrey Klein, D-Bronx/Westchester

Liz Krueger, D-Manhattan

Velmanette Montgomery, D-Brooklyn

Suzi Oppenheimer, D-Westchester

Kevin Parker, D-Brookyn

Bill Perkins, D-Manhattan

John Sampson, D-Brooklyn [was "Undecided" in June]

Diane Savino, D-Staten Island/Brooklyn

Eric Schneiderman, D-Manhattan/Bronx

Jose Serrano, D-Bronx/Manhattan

Malcolm Smith, D-Queens

Daniel Squadron, D-Brooklyn/Manhattan

Toby Ann Stavisky, D-Queens

Andrea Stewart-Cousins, D-Westchester

Antoine Thompson, D-Buffalo

David Valesky, D-Oneida [was "Undecided" in November]

Voted "No"

Joseph Addabbo, D-Queens [was "Undecided" in November]

James Alesi, R-East Rochester [was "Undecided" in November]

Darrel Aubertine, D-Cape Vincent

John Bonacic, R-Mt. Hope [was "Undecided" in November]

John DeFrancisco, R-Syracuse

Ruben Diaz Sr., D-Bronx

Hugh Farley, R-Niskayuna

John Flanagan, R-Suffolk

Charles Fuschillo, R-Nassau/Suffolk [was "Undecided" in November]

Martin Golden, R-Brooklyn

Shirley Huntley, D-Queens

Joseph Griffo, R-Rome

Kemp Hannon, R-Nassau

Owen Johnson, R-Suffolk [was "Undecided" in November]

Carl Kruger, D-Brooklyn [was "No" in June, was "Undecided" in November]

Andrew Lanza, R-Staten Island

William Larkin, R-Cornwall

Kenneth LaValle, R-Suffolk

Vincent Leibell, R-Westchester [was "Undecided" in November]

Thomas Libous, R-Binghamton

Elizabeth Little, R-Queensbury

Carl Marcellino, R-Nassau/Suffolk

George Maziarz, R-Newfane

Roy McDonald, R-Saratoga [was "Undecided" in November]

Hiram Monserrate, D-Queens [was "Undecided" in November]

Thomas Morahan, R-Rockland [was "Undecided" in November]

Michael Nozzolio, R-Seneca Falls [was "Undecided" in November]

George Onorato, D-Queens

Frank Padavan, R-Queens/Bronx/Nassau

Michael Ranzenhofer, R-Amherst

Joseph Robach, R-Greece [was "Undecided" in November]

Stephen Saland, R-Poughkeepsie [was "Undecided" in November]

James Seward, R-Milford

Dean Skelos, R-Nassau

William Stachowski, D-Buffalo

Dale Volker, R-Depew

George Winner, R-Elmira

Catharine Young, R-Olean

so yeah.... I wrote the fucker a love letter

I am absolutely disgusted you voted against making gay marriage legal and acceptable in this state. You say you researched this topic and talked to your constituents; I don't believe you for if you did you would not have voted like a hysterical theist but an intelligent law maker.

You expect people to pay the same taxes while being treated as second class citizens, its unconstitutional and totally unacceptable.

No church will ever be forced to bless a marriage they don't want to, but the LAW MUST PROTECT EVERYONE EQUALLY; that is why we have a Bill of Rights. Saying that marriage is strictly between a man and woman because of YOUR theist beliefs violates we the people's protection in regards to the separation of church and state. You are way out of line bringing your religions philosophy into state politics. This is a civil rights issue not a crusade.

You will not get my vote again, I will campaign tirelessly for your opponent. Obviously you need the break from your elected position to study constitutional law and civil liberties.

This senate has completely blown it. No one has forgotten the petty partisan politics of the summer and now this.

If you people will not do what is best for the citizens and the state of NY we the people will oust you all and elect persons that will get the job done.

oh yes pissed...

Johnny just made it to the top of my shit list. In light of the 'cuse thread I put in random the other day its obvious this motherfucker is way outta touch and not voting our beliefs. Its time for him to take a hike, perhaps the Appalachian trail ... fucker is so outta here :kapow1::kapow2:


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Personally it disturbs me to no end to see Congress, both at a state and especially at a federal level, doing these things.

The US has always been a haven for those who are persecuted in one manner or another. Many of our ancestors were victims of religious persecutions in Europe and elsewhere, its why they decided to make the trip.

Our constitution demands that Church (religion of any kind) and State (any level of government) be separate entities and that they should have NO involvement with one another. Any entanglement of Church and State should be expelled from the position that they are in. The government is elected for and by the people. As such it is our best interests that they serve, not their own. Not those with the money or power to grant them what they wish. But the people of this country.

So frickin tired of politics and church getting in the way of progression and our freedoms.

:bitchin:

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oh yes pissed...

Johnny just made it to the top of my shit list. In light of the 'cuse thread I put in random the other day its obvious this motherfucker is way outta touch and not voting our beliefs. Its time for him to take a hike, perhaps the Appalachian trail ... fucker is so outta here

:kapow1::kapow2:

:picknose: He probably owns a corduroy skirt.

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Personally it disturbs me to no end to see Congress, both at a state and especially at a federal level, doing these things.

The US has always been a haven for those who are persecuted in one manner or another. Many of our ancestors were victims of religious persecutions in Europe and elsewhere, its why they decided to make the trip.

Our constitution demands that Church (religion of any kind) and State (any level of government) be separate entities and that they should have NO involvement with one another. Any entanglement of Church and State should be expelled from the position that they are in. The government is elected for and by the people. As such it is our best interests that they serve, not their own. Not those with the money or power to grant them what they wish. But the people of this country.

So frickin tired of politics and church getting in the way of progression and our freedoms.

:bitchin:

Well said. :tup:


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