Same-Sex Marriage in New York

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  1. Jim Maloney says:

    My comments, written seven years ago, are accessible via the link from my name, above. Nothing has changed my mind about any of my comments in those seven years (although that’s nearly 15% of the century that I mention during which “the pot has been simmering”).

  2. M.T. Nest says:

    No need to follow the link. I can tell from the tone of your post (“I don’t change my mind in seven years.”) that you are a conservative, anti-gay, DOMA-supoprter type.

  3. Jim Maloney says:

    From 1987 to 1995, during the most devastating years of the AIDS epidemic in the United States, I worked as a paramedic for Saint Vincent’s Hospital in Manhattan, serving primarily the neighborhoods of Greenwich Village and Chelsea. During that time I responded to huge numbers of calls involving AIDS patients, many times in apartments where one partner in a gay couple had the disease and the other did not. In those instances, I witnessed firsthand a degree of caring, devotion and loyalty, by one human being to another, that could serve as an example to many a heterosexual couple challenged by such things as terminal illness or other major life stressors. . . [READ MORE]