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05/02/2005

Discrimicratican Party rising to power in CT?

by Jeremy Hooper

Brian Brown, executive director of the Family Institute of Connecticut, says he is just as angry with the state's Republican lawmakers who recently voted in favor of civil unions as he is with those pesky equality-favoring Democrats who took the side of basic fairness. Brown tells Agape Press:

"Those GOP members who [voted in favor of civil unions] are not pro-family, and we're going to go after Jodi Rell just as much as we're going to go after some of the Democrats who supported this. Everyone who voted for this made a serious blunder and error."

So what's the rights-depriving plan?  Well, Brown is encouraging CT's "pro-family" community to cross party lines and create a "new political force" that is made up of people from all political persuasions, denominations, and backgrounds. Raging detestation for LGB people's relationships will serve as the great party unifier.

And what's it all going to look like?  Well, according to our overactive imaginations, this new group will call themselves The Discrimicratican Party, will only cross the aisle if no gay person has first walked down it, and will adopt an overheated monkey hurling doodoo as their party symbol:

Discrimicratican

The sole requirement for joining the unwarrantedly hurtful crew will be an insatiable fear and loathing of all things fruity.  Oh, and you'll need to learn the art of "code wording," but it's really easy. Basically, "pro-[insert anything]" actually means "anti-something queer friendly."

So keep an eye out, folks: The Dobson/Perkins Discrimicratican ticket will undoubtedly be one to watch in '08!

Pro-Family Activist Urges Bi-Partisan Opposition to Conn. Civil Unions [Agape Press]

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