Actually, Rebecca Kleefisch Would Have No Problem With Man Marrying a Rolex

“My comments were meant to relay my concern with redefining marriage,” says Wisconsin’s Republican lieutenant governor hopeful Rebecca Kleefisch in a statement, apologizing for comparing gay marriage to man-dog and man-clock marriage. “I never intended to sound insensitive, and have the utmost respect for all people. I apologize for my poor choice of words.” As a refresher, her “poor choice of words” included “clock,” “table,” and all “inanimate objects.”

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  • ait10101

    Is she a human being, or some sort of artefact?

  • ait10101

    She may well have had intimate relations with all of the kinds she lists. Give her a break on this.

  • meego

    And I would have no problem with her shutting the fuck up!

  • Annie

    Man-clock marriage?? Think she accidentally threw in an extra L.

  • T

    Really now! For someone that will be representing the people of an entire state I find it completely insensitive to ignore the needs of the LGBT community. Even if I use the figures from latest studies that’s about 8% of your states population, maybe more.

    As for redefining marriage, last I heard even Merriam-Websters dictionary had same sex listed in its definitions of marriage.

    I will accept your apology when you realize my rights are not yours to take away. I am Human, I am an American citizen, I am entitled to equality!

  • the crustybastard

    Dear Homosexual Agendists,

    I’m Rebecca Kleefisch and I want to take this opportunity to emphasize that I have the utmost respect for ALL people.

    However, obviously homos are not people — as I believe I made clear in comparing you queers to animals and personal property. Come to think of it, you fags and dykes probably shouldn’t even be voting, for the same reason that a dog or a clock shouldn’t be able to vote.

    Oh well, vote for me anyway so we can get that problem squared away, too.


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