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Four-timed married Limbaugh fears my one union will lead to man-on-dog weddings

by Jeremy Hooper
"Marriage is a word. Marriage is an institution. It has a definition. It is the union of Screen Shot 2012-07-03 At 2.08.12 Pm one man and one woman. That's what marriage is. Now, some people think that it is discriminatory because two women can't get married or two men can't get married so we're gonna change what marriage is for whatever reasons, economic, hospital visit, benefits, whatever it is. So marriage is now gonna be not a union of a man and a woman. It's going to be between two men, two women. Well, since we're changing the definition of marriage, what is to prevent three people from getting married? We made this prediction. What if somebody wants to marry their pet dog? Once you change the definition of the word -- you know, words mean things."

Rush Limbaugh

Yup, Rush—words have meaning. Words like "till death do us part," right?

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