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Typical stance from our great leader. what people do in private is their business. This Is out of order in my opinion.
I started out with nothing and I've still got most of it left
I can't see the reason for anyone wanting to have a marriage if they can already have a civil partnership except as a reason to stir things up.
While a large number of non-gay couples think there's no point in getting married, some gay people seem to want to do it like a kid wanting to play in a football team to prove he's one of the lads.
the whole thing seems to have been caused by a load of bigotted religious maniacs and bloody stupid queens, and it would be best if both sides (and the Daily Mail) went and jumped into a fast flowing river
No doubt Cameron does think people should be left to do what they want in private, having just left his kid in the toilet of a pub, and been embarrassed by it.
I feel a rant coming on, but I don't have time so here are just three of my mixed up thoughts.
1. The government want me to go out and marry another man.
2. The government don't want me to go out and buy a 100w Pearl BC GLS Light Bulb.
3. The government want me to limit the amount of water in my toilet cisterns, even though this forces me to flush at least twice every time.
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