I say fire him and let the two people get married already. Carlos Round Rock, Texas Jack it is very sad. They should make decisions for themselves. I have personally pulled a drunk judge out of his vehicle and had him transported home only for him to take the bench the next day and decide the fate of a DWI offender. Jeannie Not suprising for louisiana.
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In addition to being a justice of the peace, Bardwell is also a social scientist. I think it was out of line for the judge not to marry them although he has the right to not do it. I say more power to this couple. I didn't tell this couple they couldn't get married. Now, if he isn't fired Albany ny October 16, at 1: Its more of a fear in things changing than a hatred of peoples of a different race.
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You want to show true leadership? Julie In defense of the state of Louisiana, my husband and I got "interracially" married in Terrebonne Parish 35 years ago It means that racial prejudice is still alive and well and Clarence Darrow is rolling over again in his grave. Alex Greensboro, NC October 16, at 4: I surely thought this prejudice was in our past and we now require laws to balance out gay civil equality. If he can not fulfill the requirements and duties of his job then he should be fired.
Yes, I'm talking about gay and lesbian folks. They shout they do not want the government to tell them what they can do but it is ok that they tell others they can not marry or have health care. It would be hard to be a bi-racial child because they wouldn't know if they were white or black. I do not think anyone should be denied marriage especially because of their race. When it comes to marriage I think race should not have any kind of affect on a couple getting married or not.