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05/05/2008

PA: Will Wednesday be a 'Wed? No!' day?

by Jeremy Hooper

 Flag Image Nunst064On Wednesday of this week, the full Pennsylvania Senate is expected to vote on a proposed gay marriage ban:

Gay marriage ban moves to full Senate [Patriot-News]

So don't be surprised if you find the toilet paper in the capitol building's bathrooms replaced with pages from the constitution, Penn congressional staffers. After all, sh*tting on the state's most precious governing document does seem to be on the docket this week.

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NOPE!

Ain't gonna vote.

The Senate tabled the amendment because they knew it didn't have a snowball's chance in hell in the House.

This silliness is now over for another year in PA!

The fight's still on in CA, AZ and FL.

Posted by: Zeke | May 6, 2008 8:59:31 PM

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