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Sunday, June 08, 2008

Let's play a little game called Spot the Bride...

4 comments:

paul said...

uhh, between Mark Foley, Ted Haggard, Larry Craig, the Log Cabin Republicans and the gay porn model who was booed at Columbia University, you labeled gayness as a liberal thing?

You might want to check the dark corners of your party affiliation.

Darius said...

In this case, it's theological liberalism.

Sarah Jo said...

morality aside, it strikes me as dangerous that a supreme court can strike down what the people voted for in 2000 and open legal doors without having to wait for the public's decision on the constitutional ammendment. Governmentally, a judge should not be able to decide the law without input from the poeple. It then ceases to be a democracy and instead becomes a dictatorship.

Amanda said...

Pretty soon the murder of innocent babies will be legal too.

Oh yeah.

God bless-
Amanda

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