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"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free....... ~Ronald Reagan~

Friday, October 27, 2006

I Thee Wed....er....I Take This Man....er

Breitbart reports former Gov. James McGreevey, who resigned after acknowledging a gay affair, said he would tie the knot with his partner if state lawmakers decide to allow gay marriage. xxx "Marriage would offer the ability to bless our relationship in a committed way," McGreevey, 49, told The New York Times.

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McGreevey's comments followed a New Jersey state Supreme Court ruling Wednesday that same-sex couples must be given the same rights as married people. The court left it up to the Legislature to decide whether to extend those rights under the structure of marriage or something else.
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Some gay-rights advocates said the decision didn't go far enough. McGreevey, who told The Associated Press last month that he had publicly opposed gay marriage while in office as a way to keep his homosexuality hidden, hailed the ruling.
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"I applaud the court's courage," McGreevey told the AP. "I regret not having had the fortitude to embrace this right during my tenure as governor."
The former governor stepped down in 2004 after announcing he was gay.
McGreevey now lives with Mark O'Donnell, a 43-year-old Australian businessman. Before they could marry, the former governor would have to finalize his divorce from his second wife.
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McGreevey applauds the court's courage? Activist Judges once again legislating from the bench. More good reasons to seek out conservatives to elect and govern. When does the New Jersey constituency wake up?

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