Back in May, we brought you the story of U.S. Navy veteran Madelynn Taylor, who was told by the state-run military cemetery that she could reserve a spot for her own ashes, but couldn't arrange to have the ashes of her wife, Jean Mixner, interred with her, because Idaho doesn't recognize same-sex marriages from other states. Well! Now that the feds have gotten rid of DOMA and "Don't Ask Don't Tell," even for dead veterans, and on top of that, a federal judge has declared
Interesting idea, actually - mix the ashes, stir well, and then let the state &quot;sort it out&quot;.
President Hillary ought to do nicely, for another eight years.
Unfortunately, they&#039;re much more likely to do the far right thing.
I have a sincerely held religious belief that some people in Idaho are asshats. Who can I sue?
Southern Cali Strategy ?
The thought of those ghey ashes... commingling...
Wonder what the Idaho gov thinks is going to happen if gay people are allowed to be buried together? Arsenic in the water? Seriously, dude, what the fuck?
It&#039;s almost like they&#039;re real people or something, right? Like, they meet, they fall in love, they get married, they do good works . . . Of course, as soon as they die and are buried together, god will send a hurricane to destroy Florida (he has lousy aim), because obvious, gay, duh!
If you intolerant lefties insist on taking away their anti-gay chew toy as well as muslins and teh browns, where else can they aim their throbbing, fully-erect arsenal of hate? Left-handed stamp-collectors? Middle-of-the-tube toothpaste-squeezers? Parapalegic Zoroastrians? Dyslexic Scientologists?
women will be unclean always, Katie!
I&#039;m still nervously waiting for my own marriage to be threatened.