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04/21/2014

I apparently can fly; cool, I've always wanted to!

by Jeremy Hooper

I'm a legally married gay man who has accomplished a state- and federally-recognized union. Which, according to exceedingly anti-gay talker Steve Deace, puts me in the same league as Superman:

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"I mean, someone might think, I have the right to fly and I’d love to fly and I have a desire to fly and I even found a judge that gave me a piece of paper that told me I have the right to fly. But when I fling myself off the top of a skyscraper, I run smack-dab into the law of gravity. It didn’t change because some judge said so. It still exists."

—Conservative radio host Steve Deace (this guy), attempting to make a point about civil marriage (in)equality

But the marriage law has changed Steve, in many places and everywhere soon enough. So considering you're as much as an expert as you seem to think you are, I guess that means we gay folk will all turn into flappy birds soon enough. Which is going to save a ton on honeymoon airfare. Score!!

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