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08/03/2007

Conservative lawyer: Gays giving marriage the shaft through back-door

by Jeremy Hooper

In response to the lesbian couple who was married and Massachuseet but who are now seeking to divorce in Rhode Island (a case which could set a precedent), Austin Nimocks of the extremely anti-gay Alliance Defense Fund tells WorldNetDaily:

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So really, there are two ways we can respond to this. We could write a well thought out, reasoned analysis of the ins and outs of Massachusetts gay marriage, the Rhode Island court system, and why this case is so important to social conservatives like Mr. Nimocks. Or we could just say this:

"Back-door entrance? ::chuckle, chuckle:: Well that doesn't sound so bad! After all, without some sort of a back-door entrance, same-sex honeymoons will be a lot less fun, Mr Nimocks!"

Hey, it's Friday afternoon -- cut us some slack! You can't expect us to bend over backwards for ya all the time!

Same-sex marriage could spread with 'divorce' ruling [WND]

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Your thoughts

I can usually count on this site to say the things that I'm thinking. BTW - our honeymoon was fun.

Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Aug 3, 2007 6:25:29 PM

Ha!

Posted by: dr. haber | Aug 3, 2007 10:08:41 PM

Check out the link. I did a write up with regard to Bishop Thomas J. Tobin's remarks about the case.

Posted by: Tony P | Aug 3, 2007 10:44:25 PM

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