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11/11/2013

Then stop getting the civil marriage contract. Thought so.

by Jeremy Hooper

I look forward to the ADF and its heterosexual supporters sending me their civil wedding licenses to place under seal, since they apparently have no use for them:

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No, but you sure like those human rights and tax benefits, huh kids?

It's unclear what other civil licenses for which the ADF and its supporters will next willfully sign up then pretend they don't need. Although I do hear that some are planning to test whether Carrie Underwood's "Jesus Take The Wheel" is, in fact, a way to circumvent a government-granted driver's license.

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