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US: Hawaiian faith leaders sign resolution calling on passage of equal marriage law

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  1. What, then, are the IOC planning to do about the blatant conflict with gheir constitution. If these games go ahead without any supported protest it will be a disgrace.

  2. Sounds to me like a case of “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em”. I’m just so pleased that the last bastion of homophobia (religion) is finally having to admit defeat. But what breathtaking hypocricy it shows. They know they’ve lost so they just stop mentioning the relevant anti-gay bits in their rule book and hope no-one notices how much mysery and persecution they’ve caused because of it in the past. I, for one, will NEVER forget …..

  3. All well and good but do not underestimate the power of the mormon and catholic cult in Hawaii.
    After fighting the fight for 25 years, we moved off island to a state that recognizes gay marriage, and after a 56 year engagement got married.

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  5. These Hawaiian faith leaders are the true Christians – shame on all those gay-hating false Christians!

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