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12/04/2012

Conserv thinks phrase 'marry their house plant' is helpful; he's right—it's helpful to us!

by Jeremy Hooper

Liberty Counsel attorney and all-around sayer of hostile things about LGBT people, Matt Barber, knows exactly why gay people shouldn't get married. Because it's just like how people can't marry their children, siblings, or house plants—duh!

"There are common-sense restrictions that are placed on the institution of marriage that we all must adhere to," Barber notes. "For instance, an adult cannot marry a minor child; a person cannot marry somebody who is too close to them from a familial standpoint; people cannot marry their house plant." [ONN]

I swear some of these folks are secret operatives for our side.

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