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Marriage equality

Usually reliable Irish-American homophobes are silent for the moment.
Thanks, Supreme Court!
Somehow we missed it last week when an upstate rabbi blamed Hurricane Sandy on all the sodomites down state. The rainbow after the storm was a sign!
U.S. District Judge Barbara Jones struck down a key part of DOMA yesterday, ruling that the Act's efforts to define marriage "intrude upon the states' business of regulating domestic relations."
Fleet Week hits New York this month. And between the end of DADT and marriage equality, the time is ripe for a very homo shore leave.
It has been two years since New York had a big political wedding to fuss over (Chelsea+Marc4Eva) so thank goodness for City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, eh?
With Maryland becoming the eighth state to legalize same-sex marriage last week, the Pope once again condemned gay nuptials, warning of "the powerful political and cultural currents seeking to alter the legal definition of marriage."
"In New Jersey, we believe marriage should be as it always was intended, between one indicted, orange-faced man and a woman with high bangs and dead eyes."
The response to Chris Christie's veto of gay marriage in New Jersey has been unsurprisingly mixed in the Garden State, but the man is still quite popular as a VP choice.
As expected the governor of New Jersey vetoed a gay marriage bill today, six hours after it hit his desk.
Game on, Chris Christie! Today the New Jersey Assembly joined with the State Senate and passed legislation legalizing same-sex marriage in a vote of 41 to 33.
Marriage equality moved another inch forward in the Garden State today.
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