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01/29/2007

'Mele ka-civil union' is the Hawaiian way, to say marry Chris/Chris, 'I do'

by Jeremy Hooper

HiDemocrats in Hawaii have introduced legislation that would, if passed, allow for gay couples to enter into civil unions. News to which we reply:

"Hmm...civil unions? Not marriage? So another "separate but equal" situation?... ... ... Tell you what -- throw in a two week, all-expenses-paid honeymoon "post civil union excursion" at one of the Big Island's finest resorts, and we'll consider your offer.

Oh, and all of our drinks --
we want them served in a coconut with a parasol, no ifs, ands, or non-sterotypical glasses!"

Sounds reasonable to us.

We'll have to wait and see if the Aloha State legislature accepts our terms. If not, we're willing to consider pineapples instead of coconuts.

Bills would allow civil unions for gays [Star Bulletin]

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:/ i don't get it why would they allow a civil uninon and not a marrige... i mean aren't they kind of the same thing anyway?

Posted by: Raffaele | Feb 26, 2007 7:12:59 PM

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