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06/05/2013

Out of ways to actually stop us, Minnesota For Marriage resorts to silly memes

by Jeremy Hooper

They lost in November of 2012. They lost in the state legislature in May of 2013. So now, with marriage equality a reality and no political options to stop it, Minnesota's anti-equality group is dedicating its time to creating photo memes that call our marriages "make-believe" and compares them to a pile of bricks:

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MN For Marriage [Facebook]

At least I think that's a pile of bricks. Looks kind of like slices of vienna sausage.

But whatever's going on in the right panel, I couldn't care much less about it. If those who tried so hard to pit personal faith beliefs against out concrete civil rights want to dismiss us as having "make-believe" marriages, then go ahead and let them. While they're blowing off steam, we will go on living the dream.

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