Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Colorado's Marriage "Lite"

Colorado has a determined and well-financed homosexual community.

Led by gizillionaire software designer Tim Gill and State Senator Jennifer Veiga, Colorado homosexuals continue to chip away the the public will. Three years ago, Colorado voters tweeked the ears of homosexual zealots by passing Amendment 23, which defined marriage as an exclusive relationship between a man and a woman. The "two-fer" was completed with the simultaneous voter rejection of Proposition I, the civil union flat tire.

Well, they're back and they haven't read the public memo of three years ago

Led by State Senator Jennifer Veiga, State Senate bill 88 would require the state to pay insurance for the partners of unmarried adult couples. Here is the story of the latest saga.

Am I the only one who sees this as obtuse? Why would the the state pay these bills? Is it truly a matter of fairness or simply another scam to dupe Coloradans? I'll vote for the later. Colorado voters made it clear that this type of monkey business is not a state priority. With tight budgets and a lack of funds, there is no way this bill should see the light of day.

A Trojan horse? You bet. Its Colorado marriage "lite."

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

You bigot. Why can't we marry and be left alone?

Anonymous said...

There is non bigotry here. You just don't like the facts...

Anonymous said...

Why can't we all get along. The snow is great right now at Copper Mtn....

Jane