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01/31/2008

39 IN lawmakers shun millions of OUT gays

by Jeremy Hooper

Indiana-2We never got to it yesterday, but in case you haven't already heard: The Indiana Senate voted 39-9 on Tuesday to approve an amendment banning gay marriage.

Why did we never get to it, you ask? Well, because we were too busy pouring over the Indiana constitution to see where the part about using personal religious beliefs to inscribe heinous discrimination into law was hiding.

Indiana Senate Passes Anti-Gay Amendment [365Gay]

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As in so many church arguments - replace names like God with Allah and see if you are reminded of anything.
Yikes! It's them pesky Taliban, and you know what every American is duty-bound to do with religious extremists...

Posted by: Fatblokeinacardy | Jan 31, 2008 12:44:40 PM

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