by Emma Karlin, staff writer
Hawaii has legalized same gender marriage. The Aloha State Gays have been handed everything they demanded, but alas they are not happy. It seems like they never are.
During the public hearings on the question of Gay marriage (SB 1) people lined up and in some cases waited four days to exercise their right to speak for just two minutes as they expressed their opinion on the matter.
Although everyone knew the outcome was a foregone conclusion that would see the Gays winning the day, the hearings and subsequent final vote produced an unexpected result. After actually listening to the points the speakers made, State Representative Jo Jordan voted “No.”
While Hawaii is a super stronghold of liberalism, a stray “No” vote on an issue like this is not surprising unless it comes from an open lesbian. Jordan explained that she came to the hearing with an open mind, but after listening to … Continue Reading:Lesbian Hawaiian legislator gets a glimpse of the rage Gays unleash on anyone who dares oppose them