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Thursday, July 15, 2004


WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush says he is "disappointed" that a move to effectively ban same-sex marriage was "temporarily blocked" in the Senate, and he is urging the House to take up the matter. "It is important for our country to continue the debate on this important issue, and I urge the House of Representatives to pass this amendment."

Okay, how is the country supposed to debate an issue if the proposed amendment effectively ends the debate? George and uber nazi Sen. Wayne Allard of Colorado don't want to debate this issue, they want to tell us how to live. Their whole position rests on excerpts from a book so old nobody knows who wrote it. The Bible isn't a very good source of factual information, specially considering how many times it's been translated, and the bias of those who did the translating. A better guidline would be The United States Constitution. And then there was something in The Declaration of Independence about life, liberty, and the persuit of happiness. You will never amend The Constitution to force 10% of the populace to live as second class citizens. That's right George, 10%. One out of every ten. That means that one out of ten Bush family members is a homosexual. Is it Jeb? Maybe one of the Twins. Or maybe it's you George, and that's what the fuss is all about. Latent homosexuality is the leading cause of homophobia. I'd shut up if I were you George.

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