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Australian Greens concerned over too-early vote on marriage equality bill

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  1. Cardinal Capone 20 Aug 2012, 10:29am

    Do you think maybe both the leaders of the big parties over there are under the curse of the Press Baron?

  2. This Sodomy filth is even coming to Australia. Keep this abomination away from Australia.

    1. Matt Leebody 20 Aug 2012, 11:00am

      Why are you on a gay news site? Besides, one more abomination won’t hurt Australia, eh? You already have plenty of shellfish and mixed fabrics. I think you’ll be ok.

    2. P!ss off, progeny of criminals

    3. Ron Podge .

      You are paranoid ,what abomination ?
      Other countries i.e Argentina ,Denmark ,Spain etc……have Same Sex Marriage ,and yet those Countries remain intact ,no volcanic ashes ever come up ,by god in his revenge on marriage Equality .

      I wonder why that hasn’t happened ?

      1) god is cool with it
      2) maybe because God doesn’t exist ,hense why nothing has happened .

      1. Robert in S. Kensington 20 Aug 2012, 12:10pm

        Idiots like him can’t even provide the factual evidence either because there isn’t any.

    4. Robert in S. Kensington 20 Aug 2012, 12:09pm

      You need to take care of the other abominations that heterosexuals commit daily such as serial adultery, rape, molestation of young girls that even some straight catholic priests are guilty of, soliciting female prostitutes often by married men, hetero sex-trafficking from the far east. I could go on, stupid man.

      1. Nah, God’s cool with all that sh!t, as well as death, disease and human misery.

        The only thing that gets his goat is the bloody gays having bloody weddings. Damnation!

  3. it is not gonna happen.
    ppl don’t ike us and want us to live like animals.
    watch this spae it will be shot down.
    gay australians need to rally,make a huge protest.

  4. “Prime Minister Julia Gillard – who has remained staunch in her views on traditional marriage – needed, said Mr Green, to show leadership and make a decisive move on the subject”.

    Who’s Mr Green?

    1. Marcus Tate 22 Aug 2012, 12:57pm

      Dear PinkNews,

      There is no Mr. Green. Adam Bandt is the deputy leader of the Greens. Please correct this rather careless editorial error.

      Thank you,

      Marcus Tate

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