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11/02/2011

Conan proves same-sex marriage's a sham, says they who provediscrimination's ongoing shame

by Jeremy Hooper

From the Family Research Council:

"If Conan O'Brien thinks hosting a same-sex "wedding" on his show will help its popularity, the joke's on him. To celebrate the funny man's one-year anniversary on TBS, "Conan" is broadcasting this week from his old neighborhood in New York City. And in a desperate move for ratings, the host is taking advantage of the state's new law by "marrying" two of his male staffers on the program. Thanks to a free online certificate from the Universal Life Church, he can even officiate. While Conan might grab a few headlines from the ceremony, the irony of a comedian performing the ceremony--along with his joke of an ordination--is notable. If Hollywood wants to help our movement highlight what a sham same-sex "marriage" is, then late-night television is the perfect medium! O'Brien's camp insists that the ceremony isn't a "publicity stunt."
The Wedding Panner [FRC]

What's that, heterosexuality? Sorry, I couldn't hear you over the nonstop media coverage of Kim Kardashian's 72-day, TV-initiated wedding-cum-divorce.

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