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02/22/2005

Wise words for Arizona gays

by Jeremy Hooper

 Alisimages Memberphotos 47Leg House BarnesA ban on gay marriage took one step closer to reality in Arizona, where the bigoted measure passed the House of Representatives on Monday.

But don't fret Arizona homo-gays - super-intelligent and in no way homophobic Rep. Ray Barnes has the whole marriage thing figured out. Asked why he voted in support of the ban, he said:

"[Homosexuals] don't have to make it a public thing," adding "When my wife and I close our bedroom door, we exercise our rights to love each other."

Oh my gawd, we NEVER thought of that! So Ray-Ray, what you're saying is that we can practice the debauched lifestyle in the privacy of our own homes, but when we enter the public we can simply pretend that our partners, who we love with every fiber of our being, are really our roommates? FUN!

State Reps SO get us!

House representatives pass gay marriage memorial [StatePress.com]

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