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01/06/2010

Audio: While his 'reasons' sound like bad Jersey joke, they're not funny ha ha

by Jeremy Hooper

Gay unions should not be fully recognized in civil law because of -- wait for it, wait for it, wait for it -- gravity.

That and other offensive "WHAT THE HUH?!?!" quips courtesy of New Jersey's head anti-gay, Len Deo:


Len Deo - NJ Family Policy Council [YT]

It's very simple: Tomorrow, the New Jersey Senate can either support the hurtful, anti-intellectual, faith-based arguments that will inevitably go down in history as a blight on American history, or they can support basic fairness. Peaceful, benign fairness that has more than met every test that's been thrown in its way. Easy fairness that should not even be up for debate in this supposedly free society.

History is watching, New Jersey senate. Hopefully the laws of gravity will lead bias to fall in the way that it always does!

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