That was quick

That was quick

A homosexual couple married illegally in San Francisco is already seeking a divorce. Now they need the California Supreme Court to rule on the legality of the marriage license before they can proceed with divorce. The honeymoon is barely over. Sheesh. It does strike a blow to the claim that marriage would provide more stability for homosexual relationships. Okay, heterosexual marriages can and do fail within days or months of the wedding (sometimes hourse as in the case of Britney Spears). So we’ll need to observe the trend over a longer period of time.

“It’s not surprising that these unnatural arrangements don’t last,” said Randy Thomasson, executive director of the Campaign for California Families, the group that sued San Francisco to block the licenses. “Despite popular belief, the real goal of homosexual relationships isn’t commitment, it’s self-gratification and sexual pleasure.”

  • The first case to go to court in Mass. I believe is a same sex couple who had a civil marriage and then denied a benefit from some HMO because they were not spouses.

  • FYI for anyone interested – there will be a pro-marriage rally in Mattapan in front of St. Angela’s Church on Blue Hill Ave at 6pm tomorrow (Thursday) night, according to the Article 8 Alliance, a group that is trying to get a bill of address through the Mass legislature to remove the four judges. The bill probably won’t go anywhere, but the rally is pro-marriage, and thus a good cause.

    Take care – Joanne smile