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02/23/2005

Wisconsin Marriage Debate Continues

by Jeremy Hooper

In Milwaukee on Tuesday, Christians on both sides of the gay marriage debate staged protests in regards to Wisconsin's proposed constitutional amendment. Both groups were said to have quoted different sections of the Bible to back up their arguments.

We were unable to make it to Milwaukee, but we have an idea of how the scene might have looked:

Christian Debate2-2

Silly lesbians. Don't you know it's not about rights? It's about destroying society as we know it as part of a new ideology of evil. Duh.

Christians clash on gay union [Capital Times-Web Edition]

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