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I've been a dedicated viewer of Keith Olbermann's MSNBC show for quite a while now, and I find him to be a voice of reason in the same vein as Edward R. Murrow. What follows is a closing comment he made the other night, where he spoke about California's Prop 8. Please give this a view and see what you think:


Suldog said...

I disagree with the results of Prop 8, Stu, as you might imagine. Being a Libertarian, I believe that all should be allowed to do whatever they wish, so long as no harm is inflicted upon others. I see no harm here.

Having said that, I also believe that the state (any state, any government) should have no hand in marriage whatsoever. It should be a religious or otherwise privately-conducted ceremony, and the state has no business telling us who we can or cannot marry, and charging a fee for it. If the state got out of the marriage business, this would not be an issue.

(Of course, there would still be issues concerning survivor benefits, health care, etc., but I believe those should be covered under general contract law. Your mileage may vary.)

Stu said...


I am absolutely in favor of smaller government, specifically in the areas of personal life choices, whether it is philately or marriage or bridge tournaments. All humans are created equal.

Ericka said...

the idea of passing laws that discriminate against people based on something that they can't control any more than they can pick the color of their eyes is deeply abhorant to me. i'm still wondering wth california was thinking.

Lori said...

I believe in separation of church and state. this is clearly an example of why this separation is vital. Here is a case where the church overstepped its bounds and guided the people to vote for their particular cause. keith made a wonderful statement. unfortunately i also believe he was preaching to the choir. as always - thanks for sharing!!!!! xoxo

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Anonymous said...

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Rabbi Shifren