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09/07/2005

Mass. AG green lights initiative that could red light gay marriage; yellow light to remain unused

by Jeremy Hooper

   Massachusetts Attorney General Thomas Reilly has certified a proposed ballot initiative with which gay marriage foes are seeking to have the currently legal, nuptial-allowing practice halted in the state. The initiative's supporters -- or 'mo fearing rights thieves, for short -- will now begin the daunting process of collecting at least 65,825 registered voter signatures as they fight to have marriage once again limited to those couples who jointly possess both a hoo-hah and a pee-pee (though not both at the same time mind you, as that shemale stuff freaks them out even more than the homo sex).

Worst of luck, 'John Hancock' gatherers.

Anti-Gay-Marriage Initiative Passes Hurdle [AP via Yahoo! News]

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