Small town turns the tables on Morale Majority

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Tuesday, 3 April 2007


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A scene the will no longer be seen in Burg, Arizona

Arizona- The small town of Burg has only 3,500 souls dreaming away under its hot dessert sun. That's not a very impressive number until you dig a little deeper. It's then that you find out that 95% of that population is homosexual.

Needless to say the town has been an object of scorn to the so-called "Moral Majority". They've watched with fear and suspense as state after state considers anti-homosexual legislation. Now however, they've grown tired of just passively waiting. They've decided to do something about it.

Today, they announced what that something is. At the latest town meeting the board of Aldermen passed their own legislation, one that is sure to anger the moral majority. The town of Burg has made different sex marriage illegal. The only type of marriage now legal in Burg is same-sex.

Brent Savage, mayor of Burg, explains, "We just looked around us. I mean the moral majority says gay marriage is wrong because in their cities different sex marriages are the norm. Well in our town same sex marriages are the norm, don't forget our population is 95% homosexual. Then they say that they don't think same-sex marriage should be allowed because it would expose their children to ideas they don't want them to learn about. Again, it's the same thing here only with different sex marriages."

Savage went on to explain that they will still allow different sex couples to live in their town unmolested but says they can't let them get married in good conscious, "I mean we're glad to have them and all, but how can we let them do something that differs from us so much? Shouldn't we be trying to force our views on them so everyone is the same?"

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