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Should a father have the right to marry his son? Why Not...


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Nothing in the constitution about a man marrying his son. So i guess its ok. gross but not unconstitutional.

the constitution is a limit on government

 

its not a permission slip for the people

 

we dont have to ask the constitution if its ok to do something...

 

your president does... you might send him the memo...

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I just made a million before i woke up. why work?

finishing up several bids, then out the door to hand deliver them, Im a great salesman, you should get a job and know the satisfaction that comes from attaining wealth from hard work.

at least your not on welfare. Because you might kill yourself.
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I just made a million before i woke up. why work?

at least your not on welfare. Because you might kill yourself.

Sure you did, im sure your mammy taught you to be a lazy worthless bum, then you went to prison to get boinked in the behind.

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Homosexuals should be barred from the country not allowed to be in partnerships or marriage

that would put all the gay bars and tie dye t shirt stores out of business

 

I guess they could move to mexico, do a gay-burro tag team show...

 

so I guess its ok

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My definition: a legally sanctioned union between consenting adults of any gender and any number. If there is truly a medical reason that close relatives should not marry I'm fine to include that as a qualifier.

 

So, in your world, a father would be able to marry a son? Is that what you are saying?

 

Well, that would make for a convenient end-run around inheritance taxes, I suppose. And if you marry your dear old grandpa and when he kicks off you can get a Social Security survivor benefit for the rest of your life.

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So, in your world, a father would be able to marry a son? Is that what you are saying?

 

Well, that would make for a convenient end-run around inheritance taxes, I suppose. And if you marry your dear old grandpa and when he kicks off you can get a Social Security survivor benefit for the rest of your life.

 

Assuming the son is able to consent (of a suitable age and mentally fit) I have no problem with giving them the freedom to choose. If our legal system needs to be updated then that's what we should do.

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