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05/13/2008

AZ House wants GAYZ' Houses divided

by Jeremy Hooper

 Wp-Content Uploads 2007 07 Arizona FlagAnd now in "we've been putting this off all day because we've heard bulls prefer to crap in the late afternoon" news: By a vote of 33-25, the Arizona House yesterday chose to approve a propose constitutional amendment banning gay marriage:

Same-sex-marriage ban advances [AZ Daily Star]

The proposed historical misstep now heads to the heavily Republican Senate, and if it passes there it will ugly up the state's ballot come November. Producers of the 2024 documentary, "An Accepted Bias: How So Many States Made Such A Cruel Choice" are said to already be on standby waiting to see if they'll have their 27th subject.

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How can the individual states of such a good country demonise such a small group of people for an even smaller peoples gain?

It makes me sick.

Posted by: Corvidae | May 14, 2008 2:41:54 AM

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