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12/21/2005

Report: Majority of Mass. petition signers likely crossed selves before putting Bic to bigoted paper

by Jeremy Hooper

   In an email posted to readers of the "Mass Faith-In-Action Team" Yahoo! Group, Larry Cirignano (pic.), president of CatholicVote.org, claims that of the 120,000+ queer marriage ban-seeking signatures recently certified by the Massachusetts Secretary of State, over 70k came from Catholic churches. Which totally explains why so many of the petitions begin with the introduction, "Forgive me father, for I have signed."

No word on whether this latest Catholic-based gay slam has the church's homosexual members feeling unwanted, unwelcome, or undesired. We'll keep you posted, just as soon as they confess.

[Fwd: 123,356 signatures certified by the Secretary of State] [MASS-FIAT]

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