Skip to comments.Meghan McCain Celebrates Redefinition Of Marriage
Posted on 06/25/2011 4:53:42 PM PDT by AustralianConservative
Anti-Christian and RINO celebrity, Meghan McCain, celebrated the redefinition of marriage this week, blogging:
Out celebrating the amazing news from New York! Heres to love and equality!!!
Apparently, there arent enough designer fatherless families in the United States. But now Meghan can marry herself, my guess.
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That marriage wouldn't last a week!
Probably out eating a whole pie.
Point taken. Shed probably argue with herself constantly.
great post. thanks !
Maybe one of these days we’ll redefine “fat” as “thin” and “dumb as a rock” as “smart, and she can celebrate again.
I bet she ate two pies and then said, Oh, you to her stomach.
Now thats funny! Thanks for the laugh.
Marriage hasn’t been redefined. Gay Marriage is not the same thing as marriage. They can give any legal status they want to to gay marriage but it isn’t and will never be marriage.
It’s the kids today.
They are of a generation that no longer respect family values and will support gay marriage.
She is not the first child of a prominent Republican to come out in favor of gay marriage.
Celebrity? My guess is that now she has a chance to find someone. I can’t for the life of me see any Man going near that idiot.
Meghan moped Meghan moped Meg ... I choose neither.
Apples dont fall far from the tree
Now THAT is funny!
Let’s celebrate candlemaking! First, we boil down Meghan for the tallow.....
Nope, look at Alan Keyes. You know that had to be embarrassing.
Furthermore, sodomy is still a crime even though corrupt politicians have declared no penalty for the act. If tomorrow New York declared murder will no longer be punished it would still be murder.
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