Nevada is now doing the Marriage Lite two-step.
The Nevada Senate has approved legislation that would allow same-sex couples to register as domestic partners and receive many of same rights as married couples have in the state.
The bill also would include opposite-sex couples who do not wish to marry.
Now see, this is where it gets confusing. Same-sex and opposite-sex marriage? Can't we just call it marriage and be done with all this, for lack of a better word, pun intended, semantics?
This Less-Than-Marriage-But-Gosh-Isn't-It-Close measure still needs approval by the Assembly, but even if it passes, Repugnant Asshat Governor, Jim Gibbons says he'll veto it. The Senate's 12 - 9 vote falls short of the 14 votes needed to override a veto.
“I just don’t believe in it,” Gibbons said of the bill last week.
Yes. You heard him right. I just don't believe in it. Is that the most dumbassed statement in the world? I mean, I'd understand if you spewed the 5,000 years of traditional marriage bull....or even the sanctity of marriage crap....but I just don't believe in it?
Did this fool win an election to be governor, or was it the prize on a nickel slot machine?
Then Gibbons says he thinks Nevada voters won't believe in it either, and points to California and the passage of Prop H8 last year.
Really? Can we all stop holding up California as the example: Looky here, them libruls out there in Callie-forn-eee-yah don't like them gays being equal, so neither do we!
Give me an effin' break.
Take a gander at Iowa and Vermont, asshat. Learn from them.