Maine's only border state to get what Pine Tree Staters denied
At midnight in NYC, the ball will drop. Meanwhile in NH, inequality will:
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A handful of gay couples plan to celebrate the New Year and New Hampshire’s law legalizing gay marriage by exchanging their vows in front of the Statehouse just after midnight.
NH gay couples plan midnight Statehouse weddings [AP via Nashua Telegraph]
Another step towards inevitable victory. If only "Auld Lang Syne" made a better first dance song.
I think on the Eve of a New Year it's appropriate to say thanks to Jeremy (and Andrew for putting up with him), but, rather than send an email, I'll just post it in this comment.
Thanks for this past year. . .a rollercoaster to say the least.
On days when my brain was ready to implode . . .Your humorand wit has calmed. . .When the news was horrific, You've stood ground & hammered down facts.
It's been a huge year, much of which I'd like to forget . . .but . . I won't forget the tears shed when you shared your wedding vids. . .
You can never understand how much sharing your special day meant to us old folks who have spent a lifetime fighting for your rights. . .and it is good. . . .
Posted by: Jon | Dec 31, 2009 1:28:31 PM
Sooooo....has ol' Mags' and crew publicly commented about their plans to try and strip the citizens of NH of their rights, too, by using more fear-mongering and other fallaciously successful tactics?
Posted by: Wade MacMorrighan | Jan 1, 2010 12:01:12 AMcomments powered by Disqus