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03/28/2007

God: 'My views can't be summed up on a piece of poster board'

by Jeremy Hooper

The following AP image was taken at an anti-gay marriage rally held yesterday at the Indiana Statehouse:

 Images Fortwayne Journalgazette News Same Sex Marriage 03-28-2007 Oq9Mera

But of course seeing as how this woman clearly wishes to represent God in the most accurate of ways and that she only has Biblical interpretation to go on, we're assuming the other side of her sign also includes these caveats:

--Concubines: He seems sort of okay with those as well.

--That "one woman" better be a virgin before she marries, or else she
might be executed

--God seems pretty positive about levirate marriage (where a woman marries one of her husband's brothers after her husband's death, if there were no children, in order to continue the line of the dead husband), and
might even kill you if you don't fulfill the duty.

And there are, of course, many more such clarifications she could have included. But then again, she only had one piece of poster board; she can't be expected to fit them all in!

1,000 rally at Statehouse to outlaw gay marriage [AP/ Journal Gazette]

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Your thoughts

Please excuse this heathen, but where and when did God say that?

Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Mar 28, 2007 6:28:18 PM

Um, yeah.. where exactly would that then leave Rachel and Leah???

Posted by: Miri Cook | Mar 29, 2007 1:30:46 AM

Oops guess those heterosexuals are only supposed to marry once!

Posted by: Qjersey | Mar 29, 2007 7:17:29 AM

Leviticus... sounds like a STD, "I can't understand how I got Levit(icus)?".
You wish these dumbass people would read the whole fucking book but they won't because they can't be bothered.

Posted by: Sir Cumstance | Mar 30, 2007 2:22:50 PM

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