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07/28/2006

I know you're Goliath, but what am I?

by Jeremy Hooper

Speaking of Wednesday's unfavorable Washington ruling, the Traditional Values Coaltion's Louis Sheldon says:

It looks like the ‘homosexual marriage’ Goliath is having its head cut off by rational rulings by state courts all over the U.S."

And ya know, it really is all about perception, as we would have totally said:

"It looks like the Goliath of anti-homosexual sentiment is still alive and well, but just as the Biblical version of the formidable foe challenged the Israelites for forty days before he was finally defeated, we who wish to slay this offensively discriminatory position are gonna have to wait a little longer for our David to come and chop off the head of bias."

Stay tuned for later Sheldon tête-à-têtes, when we will defend our castings as Cain, the snake, and the great flood.

Washington Supreme Court Upholds Traditional Marriage! [TVC]

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