Not So Gay In Ca. This Day

The novel concept that marriage should be between a man and a woman has been embraced even in La-La Land today.

A few short months ago, The California Supreme court ruled that any consenting adult could marry any other consenting adult, and gays and lesbians immediately wrote new lyrics for that famous song and sang, "I wish they all could be California gays…" Since then, eighteen thousand same-sex people have engaged in holy matrimony.

Which, coincidentally, left right-thinking people saying, "Holy matrimony!"

Among other things…

Now the people have voted, and it's back to "Bye-bye Miss American Pie…" In fact, the honeymoon period was so short that there wasn't even time for country singers to write any gay-friendly misery tunes.

But we know from experience that there's nothing worse than a bunch of homosexuals scorned, so the mind boggles at what happens next. I mean, we were warned that there might be rioting if Obama lost, but no one warned anyone about what could occur if eighteen thousand gay marriages were suddenly annulled.

All I can say is, unlike in the past, the next Gay Pride Parade could get really ugly.

Now let's be clear. no one should be deprived of the right to tax deductions and the thrill of being married for their money… and then murdered for it shortly after, so there ought to be some mechanism for men of good cheer to be… well… cheerier. it just shouldn't be called marriage.

And I have every confidence that gay marriage will be approved in California long before they approve offshore drilling. I've even got the slogan… let's just say it involves drilling in other areas close to the California coast, but that's as far as propriety and this publication will allow me to go.

But it might be perfect for a Gay Pride Parade!?

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A longtime veteran of comedy and political forums, I decided that I needed a more restful venue because... well... I finally hate everybody. Except my wife that is... and my ex-wife.. and... no, that's about it. I lead about as simple a life as one can, preferring activities that include anything that doesn't involve going out and seeing YOU! And I particularly enjoy what I call "Get the Bitch" movies on Lifetime. You know the ones where the intended victim finally does something so incredibly stupid that she forfeits her right to live, and from that moment on you're rooting for the stalker. Of course, it rarely works out the way you want, but when it does, the feeling you get is... well, there's nothing else like it, other than, maybe, eating chocolate chip cookies. Oh, and I'm proudly anti-wildlife, both foreign and domestic, and anti-environment - especially foreign environments. I think Howard Stern put it best when he said, "If fifty percent of the population died tomorrow, I can live with that." And I feel the same about the other fifty percent, so together, we've pretty much got it all covered.
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10 Responses to Not So Gay In Ca. This Day

  1. Lexann says:

    My faith in America is restored. If even the California granola (nuts, fruits & flakes) can see that homosexual "marriage" is not a road we want to go down in this country, there must indeed be sound minded individuals left in America, even among the heathen.

  2. TedWest says:

    Well, speaking for heathens everywhere, I'm about as sound as they get, and I wonder why People would think that deviant behavior merits redefining marriage but treatment is not an option?

  3. Jordan says:

    "People would think that deviant behavior merits redefining marriage but treatment is not an option?"Apparently, a hard concept for those who proud themselves to be progressive. Btw, Arizona and Florida also passed an amendment in favor of marriage as we know it.This whole brouhaha from the left about homosexuals "deserving" the right to marry is nothing more than smoke and mirrors. If they truly cared about being married to one person they wouldn't support promiscuity. It's all about changing the culture into one big orgy where everything goes.Have you noticed the deafening silence from the ACLU when Palin's personal emails got hacked or Joe the plumber's personal life got investigated by democrats?Well, now they are getting in the ring to fight the amendment. What will they not do to subvert the Will of the People!?Oh, stupid me, it's not the "will of the people" unless it's the liberals.

  4. Catalina says:

    " it just shouldn't be called marriage"Thank you! Civil Union with all the benefits of "marriage" sounds fair to me.

  5. And it's not "Progressive" unless you are a socialist- then they stole the term "Liberal". Liars and thieves they are and that doesn't include the income tax.

  6. Lexann says:

    Civil Union with all the benefits of "marriage" sounds fair to me.You know, marriage was never a government function until this century. Uncle Sam decided they needed to regulate it, (make sure you weren't marrying your cousin, and that you were "healthy" for marriage, hence the blood test), and of course, TAX it. So, now instead of it being a function of religion, government has taken over and is meddling in issues the founding fathers never intended them to get into. For tax purposes, the state can define it as a "civil union" or whatever they want, but marriage is up to the church. It is a intrusion on MY rights to try to force me through imposing on my religion through legislation to accept a lifestyle as "normal" that I do not believe to be so.

  7. TedWest says:

    Homosexuality is not normal. It can't possibly be. Whether it's a genetic distortion or a psychological abnormality is irrelevant. The same can be said about other "malformations" most of which we attempt to treat because they are either disadvantaged or because they bring discomfort.
    Take conditions such as pedophilia and whatever they call savants nowadays. In the former, treatment is recognized as necessary, though it could probably be controlled in some people by conditioning and force of will. And in the latter, some savants are often so gifted that we think it best not to tinker.
    So homosexuals are unique in that they demand acceptance of their condition… and society should grant them that as long as it doesn't harm others. But that doesn't mean they should be included in the institution of marriage when legal arrangements could accomplish all that they would seem to desire.
    But civil unions themselves will likely affect marriage, and we don't know for better or for worse ;). If civil unions cause people to migrate away from marriage, they will likely migrate away from certain other values as well. On the other hand, if civil unions strengthen the concept of marriage by causing people to recognize it as the higher institution it was intended to be, that could be a good thing.
    To me, the demand by homosexuals to be recognized as "married" is nothing more than the latest attempt to destroy another long held societal value consistent with the left's desire to tear down tradition everywhere it finds it.
    The mass temper tantrum we're seeing on display in California and elsewhere evidenced by the vicious protests leveled at Mormons, but not blacks and Hispanics would suggest that activists desire destruction of values over unions.
    And society seems ever more inclined to go along…

  8. Darcy says:

    ….the vicious protests leveled at Mormons, but not blacks and Hispanics would suggest that activists desire destruction of values over unions….

  9. Jordan says:

    Lest we forget, their viciousness towards certain groups includes evangelical Christians. I suppose it's politically incorrect to rail against Blacks because of Obama , but Whites aren't the only ones opposing the homosexual agenda.Gay activists, as all liberals have shown to be well versed in using courts and political venues to push forward with their list of "reforms." After all, it was because of homosexual lobbying, aka threats, that the American Psychiatry Association removed homosexuality from their journals as "mental illness."Ain't it grand when they won' t accept the will of the people?Imagine, just for a second if those who didn't vote for Obama went out in the streets rioting that a fraud won the W.H. and we want to do it all over again!?

  10. Catalina says:

    I agree with you – I am willing to give the "Civil Union" a go, but I feel the same about marriage as you!

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