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06/29/2010

Refine your arguments: Maine 'values' group can't cap their diarrhea mouths

by Jeremy Hooper

This writer doesn't even eat animals, much less kill them with my toxic ooze. But according to the Maine Family Policy Council, my loving, legal marriage is something that's fit to be likened to the oil that's quickly robbing the Gulf Coast of inhabitability. In fact it's worse, they say:

Those who viewed the environmental damage — Christians and non-believers alike — called the damage “apocalyptic.” Our culture is awash in a flood of impurity of another kind, and that is the loosening of the rules intended to conserve and perpetuate life.

The shining whiteness of the bridal gown, symbolizing purity and the power that purity conveys, has been stained — or smudged, if you will — by pornography, sex before marriage, marital infidelity, divorce, abortion and, now, so-called marriages between people of the same sex.

Like the dirty oil that pours uncontrollably into the waters of the Gulf, this withering tide of immorality at times seems impossible to control.

Immorality is Worse than BP Oil Spill [Maine Extremists Inc.]

Shrill, baby, shrill!

But on the bright side: This is the first time we've ever heard them compare us to anything associated with the word "well." That makes our tar balls tingle.

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