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A. Let those men who want to marry men, marry men.

B. Allow those women who want to marry women, marry women.

C. Allow those folks who want to abort their babies, abort their babies.

D. In three generations, there will be no Democrats.
Oh, don’t ya just love it when a plan comes together!
Life is Short … Drink the GOOD wine FIRST!!

      The US Supreme Court has ruled that the vile cretins of the Westboro Baptist Church are constitutionally within their rights to conduct their vile protests at the funerals of our fallen heroes. (God bless the groups that converge at these funerals to protect the families from this added heartache at their time of great loss).

       Thus it follows that the courts in Illinois have ruled in favor of a student who had her “anti-gay” shirt blacked out by school officials:

CHICAGO • An appeals court has upheld the rights of suburban Chicago students to wear T-shirts with the words “Be Happy, Not Gay.”

The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling Tuesday involves a dispute at Neuqua Valley High School. A teen sued in 2006 after school officials blacked out the words “Not Gay” on her T-shirt. The incident happened the day after a “Day of Silence,” which was held to draw attention to the harassment of gay students.

The court says a school that “permits advocacy of the rights of homosexual students cannot be allowed to stifle criticism of homosexuality.”

The decision says the school was wrong unless it could prove the shirt would cause a “substantial disruption.”

The president of the district’s board declined to comment on the ruling.

     As Maine voters prepare to go to the polls to vote on the Gay Marriage issue, proponent are attacking a spokesman for the opposition, calling for his state license as a social worker to be revoked. I believe the Bill of Rights protects his freedom of speech and freedom of association:

“Don is a high school guidance counselor and licensed social worker. His appearance in the television ad prompted a complaint to the Maine Department of Professional and Financial Regulation – requesting that his license to practice social work in the state of Maine be stripped away – simply because of his personal opinion on marriage.”

 For full Statement from Stand for Marriage Maine: