Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Well, I'm impressed.
For the first time in a long time, West Virginia's House of Delegates voted to kill this session's chances to ban gay marriage.
A Cultural terrorist (evangelical) group tried their best to pimp God's word on the issue, but failed in their efforts.
The delegates voted 67-30 to reject the attempt. And the 29 House Repubs voted to move the measure from the committee.
I have to say that's a big step for the place that promoted the Gay Snipers looking to destroy loving straight families. Perhaps the stupid haze is fading? Maybe not so fast, but who knows, WV may change the game and become the next gay marrying state.
We can dream, right?