May 19, 2008
Dear Tony,i know only one person i'd want to marry. but i'll start looking for others. i don't have any children. i wonder if i could marry someone else's kids? naah. probably easier if i start workin' on my own. then, when marriage laws are overturned in the other 49 states, i'll marry my children and those other people i find. plus (keep your fingers crossed here) by that time we might have another dog!
As you know, the California Supreme Court has legalized homosexual marriage. This happened despite the fact that voters in California passed Proposition 22 with 61.4 percent of the vote. Proposition 22 defined marriage as only between one man and one woman.
The recent 4-3 ruling, if allowed to stand, would destroy marriage as it has been known for thousands of years. It would lead to the logical conclusion of the following:
- Legalization of polygamous and other aberrant unions as "marriages"
- Legalization of marriage between an adult parent and adult child
- Legalization of group marriage
- Overturn all the marriage laws in the other 49 state
(i've included a photo of what i consider to be a fairly sexy dog. i'm a sucker for brainy-types.)