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Monday, June 05, 2006

Where does Norm stand?

Americablog readers have been calling senators all day and asking them to what extent they defend marriage. It's not just about defending marriage from teh gay, of course: the Bible says lots of things about appropriate sexual behavior, and the right-wingers say up front that they want to ban not only gay marriage, but anything remotely kinky or interesting. That includes divorce, a big no-no in the Bible.

Norm Coleman's website doesn't indicate where he stands on the issue, nor is there any indication of whether Norm is defending marriage to the fullest extent possible. I have heard that his wife lives quite far away from him, which certainly isn't traditional. Are they both behaving when they aren't in the same place? If the U.S. government wants to stick its nose in our bedrooms, it is only fair to return the favor.

Any word?

2 Comments:

At 10:40 AM, June 06, 2006, Blogger eb said...

His office won't say it when people call against it but the strib got a quote saying that he favors it:

http://www.startribune.com/587/story/473463.html

 
At 12:22 PM, June 06, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nahmmie's on his second wife. He waited until after he was elected to Congress to announce that he was getting divorced from Mrs. Coleman #1. Rumor had it that he had a standing appt. at the St Paul Hotel on Tuesdays with the new Mrs. Coleman - only she wasn't Mrs. Coleman yet, and they apparently weren't actually "standing". So much for Mr. Family Values. If people REALLY want to protect marriage, they should tax the crap out of cheating spouses!
Ms. Anon

 

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