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06/05/2012

Washington 'protect marriage' voice: Gays want marriage to 'desecrate the temple'

by Jeremy Hooper

One of Washington state's chief marriage warriors, Stephen Pidgeon, warns James Dobson of the "oligarchs" (aka judges) who are telling states they can't "be righteous in the sight of God" (aka civilly discriminate against gays) as they go about their work "desecrating the temple" (aka preserving and protecting freedoms):


[SOURCE: Dobson's Family Talk]

Last night, my husband and I desecrated the temple with falafel wraps and DVRed episodes of "Veep," before turning in early. As I write this, he is cleaning his temple in the shower, in preparation for the public desecration that will happen on the sidewalk, when I kiss him and tell him to be careful on the way to work.

Next week, we celebrate our third (legal) anniversary of temple desecration, and our ninth year together as an unrighteous God slighters. Good thing we have all of these people to remind us how awful we are, so that we don't get all cocky in the warm confines of our happiness.

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