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Sunday, February 11, 2007

Here's to Vermont!!!

I promise to use real Vermont maple syrup on my pancakes from this day forward if Vermont will pass the recently introduced Gay Marriage Bill.

Vermont, first to pass the civil union law, would be the second state ( after Mass.) to stand up for civil rights and drop the semantics of civil union, and call a marriage a marriage, no matter what hoo hoos and haa haas are involved.

Way to go Vermont!!


I was half listening to a TV show this morning, I think on CNN where a Republican candidate was talking about how exiting Iraq would be deleterious to the stability of the middle east..nothing too unusual about that except he was pronouncing deleterious like this: dil LEE tree us. Anyone hear the show and know who he is?


Blogger Marko said...

Like the syrup...SWEET!

11:44 PM  
Blogger marybishop said...

I gotta live long enough, Marko, to see my best friends, DJ and Doc legally married...it is my goal and the only thing that will truly honor, protect and preserve my civil marriage -- equality is the way and the only way to go...hoping here in CT that VT will again be a trail blazing state!!

7:43 AM  

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