Pam Bondi … Florida’s Attorney General at it again!

Pam Bondi …. she’s at it again!! Clarence Thomas, Supreme Court involved now!! Crumbs …. that’s what we have!!

It Is What It Is

~~December 17, 2014~~ 

We outlasted Anita Bryant, and we will outlast Pam Bondi.

*Breaking: Supreme Court Accepts Florida Marriage Petition, Calls For Response*

Did you hear the news? Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is at it again.

Last night, December 16, the State of Florida sent a request to the U.S. Supreme Court asking them to delay marriages for loving same-sex couples in Florida.

With marriages set to begin on January 6, the decision by the Supreme Court will have a major impact on the day we’ve all been waiting for in the Sunshine State –

the day we get to marry the person we love in the state we call home.


Attorney General Pam Bondi has petitioned the Supreme Court to keep the stay in place here in the State of Florida. Justice Thomas has given the couples who filed the original suit until tomorrow to respond to…

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Another obstacle ….. Marriage Equality in Florida!!

As the “Voice of Lesbian Senior” ….. this is going to be a bumpy ride!!

It Is What It Is

~~December 18, 2014~~ 


Get your act together & stop the “dangling people waiting act”!!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: There are some of us who have been keeping an eye on the marriage equality situation in Florida …. Ms. Bondi’s new antics, etc. However, seems that there is something that has been missed ….

~~In today’s newspaper~~

“Orange County Clerk of Courts Tiffany Moore Russell announced yesterday that she would not issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples without a new court order. Her announcement comes one day after the state clerk’s association urged its members not to give marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples, warning that anyone who does so could be prosecuted and sentenced to a year in jail ….

Gay rights advocates have predicted a flood of same-sex applications at courthouses across the state Jan 6, the day after a court-ordered stay expires in a…

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