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03/15/2012

Video: Minnesota for [telling gays their marriages are like five-legged dogs]

by Jeremy Hooper

I've always seen my dog as having four legs. That's all that either I or my vet have been able to pinpoint, so I just kind of went with it. When I take him for his daily walks, my assumption always seemed easily enough confirmed, so why raise questions?

But my dog actually has two daddies. Two legally married daddies. So as Jason Adkins, Executive Director of the Minnesota Catholic Conference and one of the bright stars of the current Minnesota For Marriage campaign has let me know, my ability to achieve and exist within a legally-sanctioned marriage must mean that my canine companion is also a five-legged "fiction":

(dog comments come at very beginning))

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