More evidence that San Francisco is not part of California, but a bedroom community of either Massachusetts or Canada...
San Francisco's mayor hurriedly performed a gay marriage Thursday, and opened the county clerk's office for anybody wanting a gay marriage license to get one before higher authorities did something to screw things up.
I lived in San Francisco for nearly 15 years, so I know what i'm talking about.
The 49 square miles of the city is unlike any other seven-mile-by-seven-mile plot of land in this country.
I used to think it was a moon orbiting the rest of the country.
Like Canada and Massachusetts, San Francisco is engaging in the chaos theory of marital law.
These three legal entities — a country, a state and a city — are saying to the rest of the world, "We approve of gay marriage. Now deal with it."
Not our fault if there is no law in your state or nation to support gay marriage. Not our fault it raises difficult questions in your society. Not our fault you haven't figured out if straight divorce law should be the same as gay divorce law.
No, the attitude is... let's just cause trouble and let's just make them deal with it.
The "them" is me and you and the rest of us who have no real beef with gays and wish them well, but aren't quite sure what to make of this gay marriage business.
Is this a real issue — a problem that needs to be solved? Or is this a special interest agenda issue — another goal, another achievement for activists?
That's My Word.
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