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A Victory for Licentious Nihilists Everywhere

May 6, 2009

The Maine bill authorizes marriage between any two people…

Despite my status as really uncommitted anarchist, I reckon this is a good thing. I’m a big fan of the radical gay agenda. I’m a big fan of anything, really, that gets reactionary types riled up about “social propriety” and ‘licentious nihilists’:

…gay nihilists browbeat traditionalists into submission: Radical leftists know that their agenda violates the deepest sense of social propriety, and so they must portray traditionalists as bigots and religious “extremists” to make the sale for their own licentiousness. [D.D.]

With a goal as lofty as radical social revolution, the destruction of the institution of marriage would seem like a worthy first step. Though I’m not sure extending that institution’s reach is exactly the best way to go about it, I’ll trust the nihilist’s judgment on this one.

In the meantime, if gay folks can get themselves added to their same-sex spouses’ health insurance at work, or have input in their health decisions at the hospital without getting hassled by the in-laws, or keep their communal property when their spouse dies, then I reckon it’s a good thing.

Undoubtedly the collection of the 55K signatures needed to get a “people’s veto” initiative on the ballot come November is already under way. Though I doubt Maine voters would overturn the law, a truly radical gay nihilist movement would borrow a page from the Democrat playbook and challenge the signatures. Anything less would be anticlimactic.

[Portland Press Herald: Baldacci signs same-sex marriage into law]

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9 Comments leave one →
  1. May 6, 2009 8:03 PM

    Great post. My twisted sense of humor loves it.
    The “radical gay agenda” part cracked me up. XD

  2. May 6, 2009 10:45 PM

    There aren’t too many “radical leftists” any more and certainly not enough of them to be causing THIS much trouble. Real radical leftists probably number a few thousand at best and cling to Marxist dogma much as survivors of a shipwreck cling to debris to stay afloat. Throw a rock at a recently married gay couple and ask them about the historical inevitability of a proletarian revolution sweeping through the crumbling vestiges of capitalist empires…WTF will be your standard reply? Real lefties are scurrying around trying to print cheap copies of “The Manifesto” now that the PRC has gone de facto capitalist.
    Leftist agenda, my sorry ass.

  3. May 7, 2009 1:29 AM

    Great Blog! I dont think there are too many lefties left now. Soon we would be reading about them from history books.
    This is Alice from Israeli Uncensored News.

  4. May 7, 2009 4:24 AM

    When Maine allows someone to marry a black bear, that’ll get me excited.

  5. May 7, 2009 4:48 AM

    CG and Alice: that quote comes from Donald Douglas (a self described pro victory neocon) who, when he writes about “radical leftists,” is talking about main line Democrats.

  6. May 7, 2009 6:01 AM

    Mike – no one’s stopping you marrying a black bear in Maine.

  7. May 7, 2009 6:20 AM

    Pro-victory, lol.
    Radical left gay agenda aside…the largest beneficiaries of gay marriage will be the business community. Wedding planners, cake designers, tux rentals, limo services, etc. will all rake in the dough.
    Gay marriage will stimulate the economy!

  8. May 7, 2009 6:48 AM

    Gay marriage will stimulate the economy!
    i wonder if this played any role in how handily the bill passed through legislation.
    the state could make up for some of the budget shortfall by doubling the charge for a marriage license for the first 12 months after the law goes into effect… (i’ve not heard that this is being considered.)
    have heard advocates of marijuana legalization arguing in terms of economic benefits and tax revenues lately though.

  9. May 7, 2009 8:07 AM

    I think a California assemblyman suggested legalization to fix our state’s budget gap. Now our governor is even considering the idea.

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