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04/07/2009

Freely repugnant

by Jeremy Hooper

It's just not a good pro-gay day until the kids at FreeRepublic weigh in/further belie the idea that the "pro-family" team is the nice, compassionate one:

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Wow, our weddings can lead folks to drown in their own vomit? Hmm. On second thought, maybe we should rethink the baked tofu wrapped in seaweed that we've planned for our cocktail hour.

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Greek mythology has Zeus and Ganymede which is much more interesting than silly old Noah. Perhaps the freepers will just have a meltdown and fade away....

Posted by: John Ozed | Apr 7, 2009 12:49:04 PM

I think I'll plan a ski trip up in Vermont next winter. All these whackjobs shying away from the state just means less crowded slopes for me!

Posted by: dragon88 | Apr 7, 2009 12:54:16 PM

Jeremy,

Actually the Freely Repugnant menbers are not welcome in the State of Vermont - I didn't invite them - I'm a Vermonter who can now marry.

Posted by: tom | Apr 7, 2009 1:04:17 PM

Marriage equality sounds awesome, assuming I eventually find someone to marry.

Baked tofu wrapped in seaweed? That is truly repugnant.

Posted by: sam | Apr 7, 2009 1:25:55 PM

"Baked tofu wrapped in seaweed? That is truly repugnant."

Ha! Well you'll be glad to know that it's not really on my wedding menu. The menu skews Italian, actually.

Posted by: G-A-Y | Apr 7, 2009 1:52:03 PM

Jeez, everyone must think, act and look like a Freeper in order to move into there nieghborhood. How American! How Christian!

Posted by: Gus | Apr 7, 2009 2:30:29 PM

"homo's coming to a state near you". Yeah, its like that. There's 6 of us, only 6. We're a van. We go from State to State, messing with your marriages and solving mysteries.

Posted by: EdgyB | Apr 7, 2009 3:37:49 PM

Every time Freepers piss you off, head to SomethingAwful.com and look for The Weekend Web article "Free Republic". That sums up everything from that political nuthouse.

Posted by: ---- | Apr 7, 2009 4:31:16 PM

EdgyB I want to marry you just for your comment.

Anyway, the guy misspelt polygamy and equated it to gay marriage. It seems people who are generally bad at spelling, also disfavour same-sex marriage. If dyslexia isn't higher in the countryside I'd like to hypothesis stupidity correlates with heteronormitism. Any takers?

Posted by: corvidae | Apr 7, 2009 6:34:09 PM

"It seems people who are generally bad at spelling, also disfavour same-sex marriage."

Not to mention they really, really, really need to learn how to use an apostrophe. :)

Posted by: fakeplants | Apr 8, 2009 5:07:13 PM

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