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UK: High Court judge who said equal marriage only benefits ‘0.1%’ to retire early

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  1. Darren Yehuda 2 Dec 2013, 1:02pm

    “I could have struggled on … if I had got more solid support,” he said
    Why support him? He’s only 000000000000001% of the population!

    1. Hahaha: Soo true

  2. Robert in S. Kensington 2 Dec 2013, 1:11pm

    Hundreds of judges afraid to support him? All made up I think, delusional loon. Good riddance to the idiot.

  3. Beelzeebub 2 Dec 2013, 1:46pm

    Talk about disconneted thinking.

    “It’s gratifying that marriage in any context is centre stage … but it [equal marriage] is a minority issue. We need a much more focused position by the government on the importance of marriage.””

    So in order to focus on the importance of marriage he wishes to deny it to a certain group.

    And I’m pretty sure disabled access to shops is a minority issue but ethically and morally it was dealt with.

    How did this goon get to be a high court judge?

  4. Ah RC connection – he speaks from Babylon.

    1. Actually he speaks from Rome. And that is what makes it all the more ridiculous that here are gays who cling to this nasty cult.

  5. Good! Old bigots should retire – or keep quiet. EVERY time some old fa*t says something negative about gay people, some other mindless moron uses it as justification to vent their homophobic spleen. These people need to be weeded / drummed out!

  6. Erica Cook 3 Dec 2013, 4:36am

    Even if it were only .01% which of cores its not, isn’t protecting people’s civil rights supposed to mean all people?

  7. Frank Boulton 3 Dec 2013, 10:11am

    The Marriage Foundation! Yet another organisation bent on promoting and protecting marriage by preventing marriage. This paradox is so hard to fathom out that I almost want to thank God for making me an atheist.

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