Adultery in New England
Love free or die
Time to check into the Motel New Hampshire
"AFTER 223 years New Hampshire is about to make adultery legal. A law in 1791 called for convicted adulterers to be paraded on the gallows for an hour and then “publicly whipped not exceeding 39 stripes” before being sent to prison and fined £100 (probably more than a year’s wages in those days).
The penalty has grown milder since then. Adulterers now face a $1,200 fine, which is not enforced. New Hampshire’s state House of Representatives voted to repeal the law in February; the state Senate is expected to follow soon. Not everyone is happy. A letter to the Concord Monitor huffed that adultery was “repugnant” and should remain a crime."
NH is still supporting their story that Alanon's 12 step programs are used for adulterers in a marriage, and is now a treatment for sex addiction in NH. Who knew that Marital Master Alice Love, Superior Criminal Court Judge William J. Groff and Criminal Court Attorney Richard C. Follender could keep this trend going into 2014.
Well NH truly found a useful purpose for those black robes after all, to be good for something! However, it wasn't until 2003 that NH's Supreme Court finally had a sex education class on sexual intercourse. They simply documented dusting off and opening a 1960's Webster Dictionary for the case of Blanchflower v Blanchflower.
As to where babies really do come from? Unfortunately, they missed that chapter and are sticking to their beliefs, in the stork with the jar of classic pickles. NH, the only Stepford Wives Fictional State in the entire country. Only one case of adultery in over half a century and even that case was overturned by the NH Supreme Court. NH 's Judicial Branch always did best what they have done the most, which is falsifying their personal opinion/perception of NH state Laws.
Forget legal partnerships in New Hampshire. State House Rep. Horrigan's repugnant attitude is telling NH, what two consenting adults do while legally contracted to others is their business and has nothing to do with the courts. Apparently NH's Judicial Branch isn't the only forum where NH laws are broken. He forwardly admits to screw the law and his own partners if he simply consents to do so. My deepest sympathy to all of his partners in any form, for his lack of respect for NH law and others.