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12/28/2005

ProtectMarriage.com to take MatrimonialSafeguardingHiatus.net

by Jeremy Hooper

The anti-gay group ProtectMarriage.com has temporarily stopped fighting to add a marriage ban to the California constitution, leaving the nuptial thieves at VoteYesMarriage.com as the only domain name-based equality fighters striving to place a matrimony-barring measure on the Golden State's November '06 ballot.

Pardon us while we wipe away a tear.

No word as to why neither the break-taking organization nor the still-fighting consortium chose to use the name WeSimplyDontLikeHomos.net to describe their preventive efforts, though we think the fact that groups like this tend to be duplicitous p*ssies informed their decisions to hide true intentions behind the false concept of "marriage protection."

It's good to be back.

Calif. Gay Marriage Opponents Shift Focus [AP via Yahoo! News]

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