If they weren’t trying to break up other people’s marriages, you’d feel bad for them

The lawyers arguing in favour of “Proposition 8”, stripping gay couples of the right to marry in California, have been asked an unfairly tough question:

THE COURT: I’m asking you to tell me how it would harm opposite-sex marriages…
MR COOPER: Your Honor, my answer is: I don’t know.

Ouch. More embarrassing excerpts here.

You’d feel sorry for them, if what they were trying to do wasn’t so repulsively nasty.

ELSEWHERE: The military might go ahead and get rid of “don’t ask don’t tell” ahead of Congress. Yes, that’s the US military, less idiotically conservative than US politicians.

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One response to “If they weren’t trying to break up other people’s marriages, you’d feel bad for them

  1. THANK GOD…they finally admitted it, no more dodging questions or blatant lies (“Same sex couples force their belief system upon us”)

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