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05/25/2005

POLL: AZ voters on 'mo marriage

by Jeremy Hooper

   A poll of 357 registered Arizona voters shows that 49% favor an amendment to their state constitution banning same-sex marriage, with 41% saying they are opposed.

Confused by the question, the other 10% are said to have responded "Bo Bice."

The results also show that people over 65 are just itchin' to ban the 'mo unions, which makes sense as gay marriage certainly threatens the sanctity of their long-held right to stigmatize faggots.

Poll: Arizona Constitution should ban gay marriage [DailyStar.com]

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