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01/17/2007

AZ gays might again have to pause lives to thwart nonsense

by Jeremy Hooper

State-Flag-Arizona-1Less than three months after the state's voters rejected a ban on gay marriage at the polls, a similar measure has been filed in the Arizona state House.

And in a related story, we hear those same lawmakers who are proposing this new version will later today locate all of the state's dead horses and proceed to beat them mercilessly.

Poor dead horses!

Unlike last year's version of the unjustified, indecent, shameful measure, this year's version would not target domestic partnerships. Exactly like last year's version, however, it will undoubtedly embarrass future generations to no end.

Gay marriage ban may be on ballot again [AZ Republic]

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