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05/23/2005

Maine: Most ridiculous bill in history of time gets the kibosh

by Jeremy Hooper

   The "seems gay-friendly but it ain't" bill that would have prevented the practice of aborting a fetus because it's projected to be a homo, has been unanimously killed by Maine lawmakers because...well because it's f**king ridiculous beyond all belief!

Downtrodden but not deterred, we hear that the bill's sponsor Brian Duprey (who is also the sponsor of a proposed marriage-banning amendment in the state) is already working on his next proposed lunacy, which is said to involve preventing the practice of aborting a fetus simply because it's a Democrat.

Democrat and gay, well that's another story.

LAWMAKERS KILL "GAY GENE" BILL [AP via WLBZ 2]

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