Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Gay Marriage Still Legal In U.S.

Just kidding, it's not legal, but it's not going to be banned in the Constitution either. As expected, the amendment actually didn't even get a vote.

3 Comments:

At 7/6/06 7:14 PM, Blogger Jason Hughes said...

The only thing we have going for us is that conservatives can't agree on how to define it's illegality in a constitutional ammendment...

At least Bill Frist is "supposedly" retiring from the Senate after this term...

I only hope the idiots that kept Dancing Monkey in office for a second term aren't dumb enough to throw their votes in his direction come 2008...

 
At 8/6/06 8:39 AM, Blogger EL said...

Honestly, I just felt no pull on this. I mean, it was so obvious to me that this was something we should basically ignore until it went away, to make them look like raving lunatics. And I think they did look that way.

 
At 9/6/06 8:44 AM, Blogger Brady said...

Hey Jason, It looks like a couple of republicans switched to our side this time around, and support against the amendment in the public is growing. I think the fact that conservatives can't agree on it definitely helps, but even without it we're doing ok (at the national amendment level at least).

El- you're right, it was obviously destined for failure. I just can't help it though, it gets me so mad. If I have to hear how being gay is a moral issue one more time I might puke.

 

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