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04/06/2005

'Sanctity of Discrimination' Protected in Kansas

by Jeremy Hooper

Kansas has become the 18th state to write marriage discrimination into their state's most precious governing document.

Fan-f***ing-tastic.

Let us be among the first to congratulate you, Kansans - You have succeeded in making life just a little bit harder for the homo-gays who call "The Sunflower State" home sweet home.

And who can blame you guys? Your marriages were under great attack, right?

Well the 70% of you who voted to amend you constitution can take great comfort in knowing that your marriages, as well as your legacy, are now firmly "protected."

As for the homo-gays: Maybe try clicking your heels or something?

Kansas Voters Approve Gay Marriage Ban [AP via Yahoo! News]

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