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06/26/2008

AZ: No EZ defeat for BS ban?

by Jeremy Hooper

Arizona-flag-AZYesterday we celebrated the fact that the Arizona senate had killed a proposed anti-gay amendment. However, our pal Jim Burroway has had to rain on our parade, letting us know that amendment supporters are vowing to bring back the measure for another vote on Friday:

Arizona Anti-Marriage Amendment Re-Vote Likely for Friday [Box Turtle Bulletin]

Why'd social conservatives choose Friday? Well, they figured God would be so preoccupied with all of the people TGIF-ing him on that day, that he'd never notice those in the Grand Canyon state who are misinterpreting and misrepresenting his views on gay love.

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