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Desc:Damning argument for the California Marriage Protection Act
Category:News & Politics, Trailers
Tags:marriage, gay marriage, Dolls, little girl, Prop 8
Submitted:Jeff Fries
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Comment count is 19
NoCode - 2008-10-09
Well, that completely changed my mind on the issue. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!
nutbush - 2008-10-09
Support happy plastic doll weddings?

Seriously though, When will this wedge issue go away? It's pretty blatant pandering to the "Traditional Christian Values Voter" folks.

I have to vote against a similar referendum here in Florida on Nov. 4.


They're pretty well organized.

TheDevilsDictionary - 2008-10-09
It will go away when a majority of voters want it to. After a couple generations die off, the ratio will tip.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-10-09

What an adorable little future dyke.
GoneGirl - 2008-10-09
Seriously, how fucking sick would it be if this kid were playing with two dolls of the same gender? Makes me want to puke.
buttnutt - 2008-10-09
5 stars for idiocy.
Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2008-10-09
To be fair, it's pretty decent propaganda as far as such things go.
Jeff Fries - 2008-10-10
Almost as good as those pro-carbon dioxide spots

Cena_mark - 2008-10-09
We passed a constitutional amendment in GA to ban gay marriage. I voted against it. If homos want to get married its their business not the government's.
IrishWhiskey - 2008-10-09
You were doing well until the 17th word.

This gay marriage ban in California was opposed by +10%. Up until several incredibly wealthy out-of-state Mormon groups injected millions into the race, making the measure now likely to pass.

If you want to help support equal rights, please donate here:

Cena_mark - 2008-10-10
The 17th word is important. It shows I respect their right to marry, but I respect my right to call them whatever I want and to make fun of them.
I'll support their right to marry with my words and my vote but not with my wallet.

IrishWhiskey - 2008-10-18
You don't seem to be getting it. You have the right to do all sorts of things. It doesn't mean you aren't a jack-ass for doing them though. Nor are you aren't making any sort of political statement by being insulting, just trying to be "edgy" to get attention.

Camonk - 2008-10-09
I fucking hate you, America, and now I'm thinking of voting for McCain just to teach you a lesson.
dueserpenti - 2008-10-09
You know that book Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten wasn't meant to be taken literally.
fractured - 2008-10-10
Oh... Now I understand.
Godard's Drinking Problem - 2008-10-10
Yuck - Gay People!
Xenocide - 2008-10-10
Is your understanding of human relationships on the same level of that of a toddler? If so, you're probably voting Yes on prop 8.
dementomstie - 2008-10-10
so, we should all think like 5 year olds? But then I'll be too worried about the monster in my closet to go to work. And once I go to work my shoes will keep coming untied(really, try to find a nice velcro size 11 shoe, it can't be done!) and I won't be able to make myself any food because I'm not allowed to use knives or microwaves.
zatojones - 2008-10-10
I always do what little kids instruct me to do
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