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Massachusetts to repeal “Residency Required” Marriage Law

It was only a short while ago when Massachusetts, a.k.a. “The Minnesota of the East Coast” began to allow same-sex marriage to their residents. Almost two years ago to the day, Fruit Fly News reported on the horrors Americans in that original British colony has endured since they’ve allowed homosexuals to marry one another. Perhaps the most egregious invasions on those “Holy Matrimonied” heterosexual couples was, as Fruit Fly News reported, Lesbian Shock Troops building camps and forcing heterosexual couples into a divorce and directly into a same-sex marriage relationship.

It’s a cruel, cruel world out there, boys and girls…

It’s also a proven fact, people: If you allow The Gays to marry; heterosexual marriage is in the toilet.

Then Governor Mitt Romney came along and saved the day by invoking a little known “1913 Law”:

The 1913 law prohibits out-of-state couples from marrying in Massachusetts if their marriage would be considered void in their home state. The origins of the bill are in question, but advocates and legal scholars have argued that it was passed in 1913 at least in part to prevent interracial couples from marrying in Massachusetts to skirt their home state’s anti-miscegenation laws. Senators in favor of repealing the bill discussed the law’s allegedly racist origins during remarks prior to the vote. They argued that its repeal would help Massachusetts close the door on the last vestiges of anti-miscegenation laws.

Now I have no idea what “anti-miscegenation laws” means, I’ll assume it means something related to breeding and reproduction.

…Str8 Man gets excited by playing with str8 woman’s boobies…


I’m sorry. I just can’t go there.

The only difference between a str8 man and a gay man is that the str8 man has finished a six-pack of Heineken! Everybody knows this, including me.

Now, the Massachusetts legislature has gone one step farther in making heterosexual marriage more dangerous: They’ve defied God’s Law and they’ve struck down the “1913 Law”.

[state Sen. Dianne]Wilkerson said it was “ironic and maybe prophetic” that the repeal legislation came before the Senate just two months after the death of Mildred Loving, one half of the plaintiff couple in the landmark Loving vs. Virginia case that prompted the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down anti-miscegenation laws in 1967. Wilkerson read aloud a statement that Loving issued in June 2007 announcing her support for marriage equality for same-sex couples and describing the marriage equality movement as part of the same struggle as her own fight for marriage rights. Wilkerson then argued that lawmakers who support marriage equality as a matter of principle should support the 1913 law repeal effort.

“The fact is that if you believe in freedom for the people of Massachusetts you must support it for people everywhere,” said Wilkerson.

Now I’m not one to worry too much about the “Mildred Loving” case of some prehistoric time. But I am one to worry about the coincidence between black and white heterosexuals wanting to get together and having their own Pride Parades in early June!

Let me tell you: It’s embarrassing! Every year, the news only reports on black men wearing G-strings wearing nothing but “banana hammocks” dancing wildly on flotillas sponsored by inter-racial bars who are promoting such horrible reproduction rights.

The Massachusetts Senate has decidedly ignored Old Testament Law found in Deuteronomy 7:3 and 4:

Neither shalt thou make marriages with them; thy daughter thou shalt not give unto his son, nor his daughter shalt thou take unto thy son.

For they will turn away thy son from following me, that they may serve other gods: so will the anger of the LORD be kindled against you, and destroy thee suddenly.

Heterosexuals need to be put on notice. What Massachusetts is doing is an abomination against God’s Law. It won’t be long before Massachusetts will be hit by a hurricane of unprecedented proportions.

I weep for American heterosexuals, black and white. I weep for heterosexual relationships, Latino and Native American. It’s a sad, sad day when marriage is defined as nothing more than,