And here I thought American Republicans had the monopoly on idiotic counter-arguments to gay marriage. Oscar-winning actor (and noted creepy womanizer) Jeremy Irons says same-sex marriage may lead to fathers marrying their sons for tax reasons.
Because obviously Americans ONLY enter into marriages because of love and commitment. I’ve never met two people of different sexes who have gotten married for money or celebrity or a green card. That absolutely never happens ever.
Georgia GOP Chairwoman Sue Everhart warns the Marietta Daily Journal that gay marriage is not right because same-sex couples “do not have the equipment” for a sexual relationship. She also says the whole thing is a set-up for heterosexuals who lie about their sexuality to pretend to get gay-married and collect the benefits.
These anti-gay NOM bigots are getting dumber the more desperate they get. The more obvious it becomes that the progressive tide of equality will eventually win out, the more idiotic their arguments become.
Let’s watch Bishop Harry Jackson Jr. tell his flock of blind followers that heterosexual marriage will prevent crime, poverty, and rape.
Because clearly rape never happens in heterosexual environments.
Why do Christians always link gay marriage with the apocalypse and the return of Jesus? Don’t you WANT Jesus to come back so you can be Raptured and spend the rest of forever eating grapes on a cloud listening to Enya?
If you really think a little sodomy and scissoring can bring Jesus back, you should be encouraging us to not only get married, but to also consummate those marriages right there on the altar to get Jesus really fired up.
I was on my way to work, zoned out listening to some old school Shania Twain to get my life right, when two construction worker types got on the train at Penn Station. They were both middle-aged white guys with Long Island accents, mustaches, dirty jeans — the type of guys you’d expect to see on a building site. I caught a piece of their conversation when the music died before the song changed, and I decided to record them.