This week’s In-Forum contained an article regarding a survey outlining the percentage of ND households that are home to same-gender couples.
It’s a very disappointing 4 households per 1,000.
The usual on-line commentators gloated with delight at the miniscule number of same-gender households. One individual even likened it to ND having about the same number of gay households as pedophile households.
The analogy bears a direct correlation to the commentator’s intelligence.
But I digress.
So, I got to thinking . . . a few years ago, 74% of North Dakotan voters were so horrified at the thought of less than one-half of one percent of the state’s population taking over marriage, they made it constitutional law that only opposite gender couples would be allowed to purchase contracts providing equal protection of existing laws to couples in long term relationships.
Imagine how disappointed all 6 gay couples in North Dakota must have been.
Today’s Gay Agenda: Shudder in fear that our next North Dakota constitutional amendment might outlaw taupe living rooms with brushed nickel accents, accented by low-voltage cable lighting showcasing tastefully arranged artwork.