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This blog used to be about politics. Not so much anymore as I have worked through my fascination with that subject. It now seems appropriate that with a new president and the end of the Bush nightmare that I move on to new subjects that are more in line with my current interests. I may still occasionally express an opinion about political matters but for the most part I will be commenting on music, photography and personal observations. Thank you for reading.

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Marriage is a sacred institution between a man and a women, or so its been said.

I'm not sure what all the uproar is about. I don't see gay people getting hitched as the biggest threat to the institution of marriage. That title goes to well... heterosexuals. They never stay married anymore do they? I'm sure some of the politicians going on about gay people are divorced and remarried themselves. I tend to think that gay people would treat their marriage as more precious, because they had been denied access for so long. Straight people treat marriage like the corner convenience store, always open and easy to get in and get out.

Git n Go.

What cheapens marriage is the legal and financial gains you get from being married. We want people to get married because they are going to stay together and love each other. So why give people OTHER reasons to get married that have nothing to do with those goals? The only reason that gay people WANT to be married is because they are being denied certain rights that can only be gained from marriage. Otherwise I would tell gay people to just avoid getting married. Have some ceremony where you exchange rainbow scarves or something and call it "forever".

This pandering to homophobes with a constitutional amendment is bad policy. Any time the government gets in the business of defending morality things just get all twisted and screwed up. If they're not hurting anyone then let them be. I think we should put "You stay outta my face, I stay outta yours" on the money instead of "In God we trust". Live and let live is our unofficial motto. And if churches don't want to marry gay people, so be it, that's their right as well.

  • I propose a constitutional amendment banning Gluttony. Fat people will be fined for the amount they are overweight. They will be denied access to fast food joints and donut places. There's a $500 fine if you're caught in a Krispy Kreme. Repeat offenders will be put on Atkins with an Atkin's officer that will conduct weekly weigh ins

  • I propose a constitutional amendment banning Pride. People will be required to start all conversations with a appropriate disclaimer, "I'm full of shit but..." or "I may be wrong but...". All celebrations will be banned, we should never be proud of anything, out birthdays, our anniversaries, our independence etc. Citizens not sufficiently shameful will be required to dress in rags and apologize profusely.

  • I propose a constitutional amendment banning the enjoyment of sex. For all I know this one may be in the works. Its already the official policy of most Christian religions. Sex should be avoided if at all possible. If necessary for procreation then sex must be performed with the lights off and fully dressed (except for open zippers of course). Afterwards you will be required to fill out a form declaring your complete contempt with yourself for enjoying the act. For its assumed that should you actually have an orgasm then some sort of pleasure was involved. A suitable amount of community service will be required for each sex act. Punishment may include attending weekly services where you will be required to pretend to hate sex. A naked man, bloody and nailed to a cross will be a reminder that nakedness is bad and thus sex is bad. Each citizen will be required to own a picture of this naked man.

  • I have a dream.. that we can just get past this whole gay people thing. Grow up people. They're here they're queer and they want to get married for God knows why...??


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