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01/05/2007

Family group continues to attack freedom of consenting adults

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Foundation of Virginia, the group who so vocally and discriminatorily pushed for the state's recently passed constitutional ban on gay marriage, now plans to lobby local lawmakers to make it harder for heterosexual couples to divorce.

Because, of course, grown-ups are not to be trusted with their own lives!

But should this new falsely righteous attempt ultimately fail, we hear the Fam Foundation will simply cut out the middle man in their quest to "protect traditional marriage" and instead lobby to have the "bonds of matrimony" made...

Couplebonded

...quite literal.

Virginia group lobbies for tougher divorce [UPI]

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