Outcome of Prop 8 Trial Already Decided: Radical Homosexuals Win!

With Perry v. Schwarzenegger expected to take an excruciating two to three weeks, with all those experts testifying about whether gays can properly raise children and whether ProtectMarriage.com’s intentions were discriminatory or merely about “tradition,” some of you might not be willing to learn how the history books will be written. Now, you don’t have to wait. Step right up, because we’ve got the Prop 8 Express right here!

Now’s as good a time as any to re-watch Soulforce’s amusing video Homosexuality: The Debate is Over. The Verdict is In. Not a Sickness! Not a Sin!. Sure, “homosexuality in the military” and “homosexuality in the church” are on trial here too, but so it “homosexuality and society” and “homosexuality and the family.” And we all know how this one turns out, so no pins and needles, y’all.

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  • Jonathon

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  • James

    @Jonathon: So that’ll be when they’re no longer generating the ad revenue to run the site? You might be disappointed.

  • Bill

    Seriously, Jonathon, you posted this comment on every damn story I’ve read. Nobody cares what you’re going to do.

    I’m happy Queerty found a way to pay for its site that doesn’t involve advertisements for the Mormon Church, lol. Idol? Talk about knowing the audience.

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  • Schteve

    Uh, if you don’t like ads yourself, they’re easy to block with any respectable browser. No need to ask Queerty to cut off its revenue source from everyone else.

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