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04/01/2005

I now pronounce you man and duck-billed platypus

by Jeremy Hooper

Yesterday at a news conference to promote a gay marriage-banning amendment, Colorado Rep. Jim Welker warned those in attendance that opening the door to same-sex marriage could one day lead to interspecies nuptials. That would be a marriage between a human and an animal, in case you're confused/ in disbelief.

Umm...ok...but...umm...

An elected official has formally stated his fears that homo-gays gettin' hitched will someday lead to a widespread epidemic of man/animal hookups. There's really nothing more to say on this, is there?

But maybe Mr. Welker's claims aren't so far fetched. After all, it does seem that Colorado citizens are already able to marry individual animal parts, as it would appear that Mrs. Welker has "sealed the deal" with one gigantic horse's ass.

Gay-marriage foe irks fellow lawmakers with "extreme" talk [DenverPost.com]

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