Sunday, June 12, 2005

Governor Rick Perry Tells Gay Veterans To Leave The State

Gov. Rick Perry of Texas, in an effort to mobilize the religious right, who are so oppressed and in need of a champion, recently signed two pieces of legislation in a church school. But it wasn't enough for Gov. Perry to ignore the first amendment's establishment clause: he wanted to make his intentions clear in signing a bill that would ban gay marriage (interestingly, gay marriage is not currently legal in Texas, so this is like banning squirrels from working as ski instructors) and so

During a news conference held in a Fort Worth church, Perry was asked what he would tell Texas gay and lesbian war veterans returning home from war about the law. Governor Perry responded, according to the Fort Worth State Telegram, by saying that “Texans made a decision about marriage and if there's a state that has more lenient views than Texas, then maybe that’s a better place for them to live.”

Yeah! Fucking gaywad heroes of the Gulf War! It's nice to see that, unlike so many of the anti-American types on the left, Perry supports our troops, or at least supports their right to move the hell out of Texas.


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