(CNN) - A federal judge in Utah has struck down part of that state's law banning polygamy, after a lawsuit was brought by the stars of the television reality series "Sister Wives."
The ruling late Friday by U.S. District Court Judge Clark Waddoups threw out the law's section prohibiting "cohabitation," saying it violates constitutional guarantees of due process and religious freedom.
W0W!!!! All I can say is: what a stud!!!
Celebrity Nation !
I wonder if the liberals will be as strong voicing their opinion that anyone Should be allowed to get married. Somehow, I doubt they will because there isn't a large enough voting bloc.....
Why be against polygamy? Who does it hurt? Marriage equality for all or is that just for who democrats say it's for?
Since they're going to legalize gay marriage, why shouldn't they legalize polygamy?
As long as kids aren't hurt... Who cares what people do?
Solomon had 700 wives, 300 concubines (1000) (1st Kings 11: 2-3) so God will be their Judge.
But they still want to keep women from making personal decisions about not bringing more unwanted children into the world.
Oh, oh. Santorum says marriage is between one man and one woman? Rick and the teavangelicals are not going to liike this cohabitation leading to 17 children.
This is all about publicity for the series. This won't stand up in court. This entire series is vulgar and it wouldn't have happened before 2012 when Romney was running for President because it would have hurt his Mormon image.
All I'm going to say is all you guys out there thinking this is cool, just remember ONLY the best looking and most affluent men will get all the great women. All the average, even good guys, won't have any or many to choose from if polygamy becomes popular.
reminds me of slick willy clinton. welcome to the meat market.
@Tom I–Large enough voting bloc to elect Obama to a second term. Weak, very weak.
This article, with many past articles, about Mormon's belief about Polygamy is incorrect. Mormon's do believe in the practice of plural marriage although at this time they do not practice it. When the people of Utah were told that they had to do away with polygamy in order to become a state the Mormon church made a declaration that polygamy was no longer to be practice. When they made the declaration they never said it was under a commandment of Jesus Christ, which is a doctrine of the Church. All doctrines/commandments must be made "In the Name of Jesus Christ" and then it becomes official. With polygamy it was never proclaimed "In the Name of Jesus Christ", and thus is not doctrine.
Even today in the Mormon church a man can be married to more than one woman in the temple, "For Time and All Eternity". But for this to happen the man marries one woman who is alive and the other woman and/or women must have already passed on and once the man passes away he will have more than one wife in heaven, if he was a worthy individual when he was alive. Unfortunately, with women it is not the case. Women can be only married to one man "For time and All Eternity". Any man she marries after her husband passes away she can only be married to the new husband "For Time", but not for "Eternity". So with this said Mormons do believe in polygamy, if not on earth, at least in Heaven, or as Mormons call it "the Celestial World".
I wonder how much you pay if you get divorced by 7 women lol
I'd be smiling too if I was him
They are factory for making White Babies, blonde, blue eyed creatures.
They must be stopped at once.
There is no diversity.