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    I am looking forward to this referendum because its vital that we get a yes vote. The amount of gay friends I have who have been with their partners for so long and yet they have had no rights in this country. Time for a change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rem700 View Post
    I am looking forward to this referendum because its vital that we get a yes vote. The amount of gay friends I have who have been with their partners for so long and yet they have had no rights in this country. Time for a change.
    I agree, I don't see what the problem is with same sex marriage..

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    Forgive the necroposting, but I couldn't help but notice today that Iona Institute, kinda the biggest thinktank (for a certain value of 'think') on the no side, has taken to buying sponsorship spaces on facebook >.> so unless you have AdBlock you get their 'See what this *~sports star~* who's voting no has to say!' post plopped right in the middle of your feed from their 'Mother and Fathers matter' page. Bluh. Pricks, rich pricks to boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetStrawberry View Post
    Forgive the necroposting, but I couldn't help but notice today that Iona Institute, kinda the biggest thinktank (for a certain value of 'think') on the no side, has taken to buying sponsorship spaces on facebook >.> so unless you have AdBlock you get their 'See what this *~sports star~* who's voting no has to say!' post plopped right in the middle of your feed from their 'Mother and Fathers matter' page. Bluh. Pricks, rich pricks to boot.
    Yeah, I noticed that on Facebook yesterday. I thought "Fuck off Iona Institute! I don't want to see any of your ads".

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    What are the chances of the Yes side winning? I think it'll be very close as there are a lot of silent No voters hiding in the long grass. In the last week or so more people are coming out on the No side.

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    Gonna play devils advocate and ask where does equality end?
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    ulster says no

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    Quote Originally Posted by bendmychasis View Post
    ulster says no
    Your funny and kind of ironic.

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    I voted no.

    These people have no use in society, why the referendum ever happened is beyond me.

    It was a ridiculous idea, who in the right mind wants a a president in their twenties

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    In a vote, Slovenia rejects same sex marrriage by 63% to37%.
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