Wednesday, October 08, 2003

Cut along the dotted Mason-Dixon line

TBogg points us, as only he can, toward the hilarious/pitiful responses to Andrew Sullivan's foolish/naive article, which asks, "When will Republicans accept us gays?"

The answer: Not soon. But this response caught my eye:

Say Goodbye to the South
James Fanning - Rosedale, N.Y.

If the Republicans endorse gay marriage they can kiss the religious right and the Bible Belt goodbye. The same way the Dems lost the South after the '65 civil rights signing.

He's right. But was the "'65 civil rights signing" the right thing to do or the wrong thing to do? Me, I'm about ready to send a "heads up" to homosexuals, blacks, Jews and liberals; apologize for the Civil War on behalf of all free states; and then tell the South that if they want to secede now, that's all right by me.


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