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Christie Vetoes Gay Marriage Bill

Good news. He says let the people decide.

Gov. Chris Christie has followed through on his promise to reject a bill allowing same-sex marriage in New Jersey by quickly vetoing the measure Friday.

The veto came a day after the state Assembly passed the bill. The state Senate had passed it on Monday. Christie, a Republican who opposes same-sex marriage, had vowed "very swift action" once the bill reached his desk.
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2 comments:

Mary De Voe said...

Marriage is a covenant between two souls who happen to be male and female at the will of God. Two thirds of the states must ratify any change in our Constitution or Declaration of Independence. Legalizing so called "gay marriage" deletes our Creator and Divne Prividence as well as the "laws of nature and nature's God", without that ratification. It is correct for Gov. Christie to put the issue on the ballot. If "gay marriage" wins he will have exhonorated himself from the coming day of wrath.

Anonymous said...

Mary, you are wrong (again).

2/3 of the house and senate must pass an amendment. Then, 3/4 of the state legislatures must pass it within a certain defined time (inserted in the ammendment wording).

SSM will pass


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