Friday, May 10, 2013
The gleeful Governor Markell of Delaware hurriedly signs gay marriage bill into law, saying: "I do not intend to make any of you wait one moment longer", unwittingly characterizing the burning "lust" that must be satisfied immediately in those forced to wait "decades".
The "first state" becomes the "eleventh state" to join the infamous band of states rejecting God's law.
Romans 1:26-27-"For this reason God gave them up to vile passions. For even their women exchanged the natural use for what is against nature. Likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust for one another, men with men committing what is shameful, and receiving in themselves the penalty of their error which was due".
God may not wait one moment longer either! Example: HO41 gonorrhea, a just recompense.
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Text accompanying above video, in part:
A divided state Senate gave final legislative approval Tuesday to a bill authorizing same-sex marriage after hearing about three hours of debate. The vote sends the bill to Democratic Gov. Jack Markell, who has promised to sign it.The bill doesn't give same-sex couples any more rights or benefits under Delaware law than they currently have with civil unions. But supporters say same-sex couples deserve the dignity and respect of married couples. They also hope the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down a federal law barring married gay couples from receiving federal benefits.
DELAWARE HB75 BILL TO PERMIT SAME SEX MARRIAGE & 75 DE PASTORS IN DOVER AGAINST GAY MARRIAGE
TITLE OF DELAWARE HB75 BILL
FULL TEXT OF BILL:
An Act To Amend Title 13 Of The Delaware Code Relating To Domestic Relations To Provide For Same-gender Civil Marriage And To Convert Existing Civil Unions To Civil Marriages.
DELAWARE HB75 Summary
This Act repeals the prohibition on same-gender marriage that was enacted in 1996. The effect of this Act is to allow two individuals, whether of the same or different genders, to marry if otherwise eligible. Upon the effectiveness of this Act, no new civil unions will be formed in Delaware. This Act allows both parties to a civil union that is not subject to a pending proceeding for dissolution, annulment or legal separation to convert their civil union to a marriage prior to July 1, 2014 by application for a marriage license to the clerk of the peace of the county in which their civil union license was issued, with or without further solemnization of such marriage. On July 1, 2014, all remaining civil unions not currently subject to a proceeding for dissolution, annulment or legal separation will automatically convert to marriages. This Act also provides that for legal unions other than marriages between two persons of the same gender established in another jurisdiction, both parties to such legal union will be afforded the same rights, benefits and protections, and will be subject to the same responsibilities, obligations and duties, as a marriage for purposes of Delaware law. In order for such recognition to apply, such union must be validly formed in such other jurisdiction, the parties thereto must meet the eligibility requirements to enter into a marriage in the State of Delaware, and such union must afford and impose on the parties thereto substantially the same rights, benefits, protections, responsibilities, obligations and duties of marriage. This Act provides for the equal application of all laws of the State of Delaware relating to marriage, married spouses or their children to same-gender or different-gender married spouses and their children. This Act protects religious freedoms of religious societies and other persons. The Act specifically protects the freedom of religion guaranteed under the United States Constitution and the Delaware Constitution. Further, the Act specifies that it shall not interfere with or regulate the religious practice of any religious society. Any religious society is free to choose which marriages it will solemnize, and religious societies, clergypersons and ministers of any religion will not be required to solemnize any marriage that does not conform to its religious beliefs. This Act becomes effective on July 1, 2013.
|2013-05-01||Senate||Reported Out of Committee (EXECUTIVE) in Senate with 4 Favorable|
|2013-04-24||Senate||Assigned to Executive Committee in Senate|
|2013-04-23||House||Passed by House of Representatives. Votes: Passed 23 YES 18 NO 0 NOT VOTING 0 ABSENT 0 VACANT|
|2013-04-17||House||Reported Out of Committee (HOUSE ADMINISTRATION) in House with 3 Favorable, 1 On Its Merits|
|2013-04-11||House||Introduced and Assigned to House Administration Committee in House|