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Spanish Supreme Court rules judges cannot refuse to marry gay couples

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  1. Joseph Carmel Chetcuti 2 Jun 2009, 10:58pm

    Judges are there to interpret and apply the law not their religious belief. If the courtroom is too hot for them, they should resign.
    Joseph Carmel Chetcuti

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  3. Sorry he shouold have become a priest instead of a judge. Then he could take out his power frustations and goals of power by doing what the priests did in the USA and Ireland = They, just like it happens in prison populations, rape the weak as an example of their power. Think of all the fun this judge – priest could have with the alter boys.

    Except the only thing that explains why the church hid their heinous crimes for decades is that the hierarch is also guilty.

    So this guy might finally get what he really wants – a good old ass f…..g. I can just hear him ……… “more more, harder harder, faster faster.

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