SCOTUS Considers Relinquishing Concept of Love to Gays

WASHINGTON — Americans across the country have been intently following a case introduced to the Supreme Court on Tuesday that will determine whether or not gays and lesbians will be given sole access to the concept of love. The potentially landmark court case follows the passage of a 2008 California referendum that reserves love solely to heterosexual couples. However, attitudes nationwide have…

Equality Movement Stalls as Facebook Users Switch Back Profile Pics, Generally Lose Interest in Gay Rights

THE INTERNET – The struggle for equal marriage rights in America hit a significant roadblock today,as millions of Facebook users switched their profile pictures back to images of themselves, after briefly supporting gay rights by displaying a red equal sign. The “mass exodus”—as some experts are calling it—began at 11:32 p.m. Thursday night, when Facebook user Allison Weaver took down her equal-sign…

Obama’s Support for Gay Marriage to Remain in the Closet During Second Term

Obama's Support for Gay Marriage

WASHINGTON — Fearing disapproval and rejection from his nation, President Barack Obama has decided to keep his support for gay marriage closeted until at least the end of his second term, sources confirm. In May 2012, President Obama broke new ground by declaring his formal support for the legalization of marriage among same-sex couples, becoming the first sitting president to do so.…

Fifteen Percent of Homosexual Agenda Now Realized

WASHINGTON — With voters in Maine, Maryland, and Washington voting to legalize gay marriage, exactly 15 percent of the homosexual agenda has now been realized. After more than thirty straight defeats, voters were finally duped by “the gays” and decided to undermine the basic structure of society by letting two mutually consenting adults live in a legally recognized loving marriage. Sam Smithy…