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01/26/2006

VA gov. says amendment language flawed; we say impetus behind its existence is just as distorted

by Jeremy Hooper

   Despite his opposition to same-sex marriage, Virginia governor Tim Kaine (pic.) is speaking out against the state's proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay nuptials, saying that the language in two of the sentences is flawed and could put other personal, legal contracts at risk.

Not to be outdone, we'd like to go on record as saying we oppose the totality of the measure's grammatical existence, due to the fact that it's the legislative equivalent of Pia Zadora, clad only in a bikini made of moldy string cheese and hair, singing "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" atop a heap of used diapers, while an audience of unbathed crack whores throws syringes in her general direction (pic sadly unavailable).

Kaine Says Gay Marriage Amendment Needs Fixing [AP via WJLA.com]

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