Court Asked to Rule that Courts Don’t Get to Decide D.C. Marriage Rules

Troubling news, gays hoping to be able to weekend in Washington D.C. and have your gay marriages gay recognized! While the D.C. Board of Elections decided not to mess with legislation that OK’d out-of-state same-sex marriage, a civil lawsuit was just filed hoping to overturn the ruling and allow voters to decide whether to overturn the City Council’s vote. Among the seven plaintiffs? Bishop Harry Jackson, of course, because someone has to protect families.

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  • Captain Freedom

    I say go for it! Bring it up for a vote in DC. That’s right I said it. I lived and worked in DC for an entire summer. There is no way in hell that city will ever vote to strip rights from gays. If anything, they would vote to GRANT equality for gays. The Dupont power structure and all the gays who run Capitol Hill would flood the polling stations.

  • Andrew

    Hmm… wonder how much Harry makes a year off his CD and DVD “ministry?” One of the first things you see on the “church’s” website is an ad for a CD or DVD for $20.

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