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01/12/2006

Pope voices anti-gay marriage stance; in other SHOCKING news: PETA detests fur

by Jeremy Hooper

In an address to Rome's political leaders on Thursday, Pope Benedict reportedly defended his anti-gay marriage position by saying it's "not a peculiarity of Catholic moral teaching but part of an elementary truth regarding our common humanity," before labeling the legal recognition of homosexual unions a "grave mistake."

Confusing us, as we always thought a "grave mistake" would look much more like this:

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No word on where, exactly, the Pope will next take the opportunity to say something gay unfriendly. However, we did hear from a Roman fast food drive-thru worker who's quite stumped as to why her last customer replied "GAY MARRIAGE IS AN INTRINSIC EVIL" to her benign inquiry of "Would you like fries with that?"

Pope says 'no' to gay marriage, abortion pill [Reuters via Yahoo! News]

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