posted on Apr, 1 2004 @ 06:27 PM
Heard this on the radio today, and it was later announced to have been an April Fool's joke, but it got me thinking...
The 'news' event took plave in some Ohio town, where the mayor, in protest to the banning of gay marriages, declared a ban on all marriages.
Now, what got me thinking is, why not? In America, home of the free... is it not written in our Declaration of Independance, that all men are created
equal? Does not our Constitution state that all people of both sexes are to be treated as equals? Then how does creating a ban on homosexual
marriages be Constitutional?
It goes against everything our way of life stands for!
We are subject to homosexual situations everyday on television, from Queer Eye to god knows how many sitcoms. We all have seen animals in
So have our children. Creating a ban does nothing but create further seperation.
I say, if a ban on gays continues to be allowed, then, in all equality, so should hetero marriages.
*By the way, in case you or a friend are gay, and want to be married... let me know. I'll be the Kavorkian of ceremonies... I'm an ordained
Reverand. Bush be damned.*