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canada: 1 child has 1 mom, 1 dad & 1 more mom

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As I don't live there,...

In reply to: canada: 1 child has 1 mom, 1 dad & 1 more mom

.... nor am I a citizen of Canada, I am not in a position to question their laws and court decisions.

From the article, the couple has been in a stable relationship for 17 years. It also appears that their relationship with the father of the child is a good one. Both of these create a beneficial atmosphere for the child.

From the story now prominent in the news re: the biological mother of twins that were adopted who has renigednd seeking permanent custody (though she has has had what seem to be part of the boy's lives), the boys also have 2 mothers and one father.

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/LegalCenter/story?id=2780499&page=1

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Re: I am not in a position to question their laws and court

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I am not in a position to question their laws and court decisions.


I not sure about the meaning of "question" but I think, you or anyone else, has a right to express their opinion on the subject.

Doing something to bring a change in the case, when a person is not a citizen of the other country, is another story.
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My statement was as to the same-sex marriage law in your country, which I feel is none of my business. I see no value in my arguing pro or con what has become law. IMO, that is expressing my opinion re: that issue.

However, I believe I did express my opinion re: the court's decision, and supported it. The article was about a court decision. My argument is on the "pro" side.

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