Thursday, January 22, 2004


Wired News: Gay Marriage Poll Gets Annulled: "The [American Family Association] supports a constitutional amendment defining marriage as strictly between a man and a woman, and it planned to forward to Congress the results of the poll, which it expected would support its position, as evidence of Americans' opposition to gay marriage." [via Blog Herald]

Unfortunately for the AFA, this didn't work, and the poll went 2-1 against them. So now they're taking it all back, since obviously the poll was leaked to "homosexual activist groups" who skewed the results by voting for what they believed in rather than what the AFA believes in.

Hmm. I guess that means I must be a homosexual activist, seeing as how I actually bothered to respond to this poll and I voted for gay marriage. Gee, and here I always thought I was just a normal guy with an opinion that would count as much as that of an AFA member. I suppose it would, though, if it matched the president's opinion.

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