Sunday, August 3, 2008

More Defined?

Let the manure soar, like it has ever soared before!

According to the soon-to-be Tucson edition of the Arizona Republic, in the article dated July 29, entitled "Lawmaker's actions on Gay nuptial vote probed," the so-called reporter scribbled, "While the Arizona Court of Appeals has previously rejected a constitutional challenge to the law banning gay marriage, social conservatives say the recent decision by the California Supreme Court to overturn that state's statutory prohibition on same-sex marriages means Arizona needs to more strictly define marriage."

Arizona law (Arizona Revised Statute 25-101) reads: "25-101. Void and prohibited marriages:

"A. Marriage between parents and children, including grandparents and grandchildren of every degree, between brothers and sisters of the one-half as well as the whole blood, and between uncles and nieces, aunts and nephews and between first cousins, is prohibited and void.

"B. Notwithstanding subsection A, first cousins may marry if both are sixty-five years of age or older or if one or both first cousins are under sixty-five years of age, upon approval of any superior court judge in the state if proof has been presented to the judge that one of the cousins is unable to reproduce.

"C. Marriage between persons of the same sex is void and prohibited."

Just as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Arizona Senator John McSame does, so will supporters of Proposition 102, lather, rinse, lie and repeat!

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