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US: Thousands expected to turn out for Hawaii House committee on same-sex marriage

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  1. For those who may be interested, here’s a link to a live feed to the debate in the Hawaii Legislature:
    http://joemygod.blogspot.com/2013/10/live-video-hawaii-house-debates.html#disqus_thread

    (posted 2:20 pm Hawaii time; debate is expected to continue until midnight)

    1. Thanks for posting- for anyone still interested, the debate continues for a second day and night.

  2. Thomas S. Monson 1 Nov 2013, 11:27am

    I’ve been watching the live feed which just ended for today. (Link on the Hawaii House Facebook page)
    It was utterly disgusting to see brainwashed Moron after brainwashed Moron regurgitating the hate and lies of their ludicrous cult. There are literally thousands of them following the orders of their ‘Prophet’. The heinous cult may have called off the dogs temporarily as they attempted to install their henchman (Mitt Mormoney) into the presidency. Now that’s failed they’re very much back on the Anti-Gay warpath.

    What was particularly galling to watch were the innocent young children of these brainwashed Morons being propped up to the microphone, repeating the lies and hate of their brainwashed feeble minded parents. If ever there were a case for Child abuse surely those parents should be charged immediately. They have absolutely no shame. There should be laws against indoctrinating innocent children into such a ludicrous yet heinous cult.

    1. Never underestimate the power of the Mormon or Catholic cult in Hawaii. They have won fight for over 20 years, and yet still may win again.
      The word “aloha” is for the tourist only.

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