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60 Moments That Gave Me The Chills During Seattle's First Day Of Marriage Equality

"Relive one of the most emotionally exhausting days of my life, when 138 couples got married in downtown Seattle on the first day gay marriage was officially legal. Wow."

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Thanks for a great post! I

Thanks for a great post! I love seeing people so happy. That's what its all about. :)

Blessings )o(

Glad folks are happy

and that discrimination has taken a hit, for a change.

But formal / legal marriage = commerce = more opportunity for / vulnerability to government taxation and intrusion.

14 1/2 years of being legally unmarried but "married" in our hearts and minds has been just fine for me and my gal, despite all the sh*t we get from time to time from people who think we "aren't serious" and should join the club!

Oh well.

Weirdos and proud we are, I suppose....

What would the Founders do?

And the divorce lawyers rejoice!

Because they know statistically more business will be coming their way.

Of course, what would they do if the government wasn't involved in marriage at all? I think that explains a lot.

Personally,

I think that what a non 501-c3 church that I know of does is more liberty minded than this show of "government stamped marriage". The church I speak of marries people without a marriage license, showing that government shouldn't be in the business of marriage.

Yay. More government paperwork, more fees.

Funny, after 3+ DECADES of marriage and being more in love than when we met, my husband and I wish we had never allowed the government to even know about our marriage.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

Does the author also get

Does the author also get chills watching Grey's Anatomy?

Southern Agrarian

rofl

thanks for the laugh!

If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.
James Madison