Friday, April 10, 2009

This Week In Traditional Marriage: Good Friday Edition

There is talk about a case currently in the Wisconsin courts. It seeks to strike down the two-sentence marriage amendment. Apparently Wisconsin process is that when a referendum is brought to a vote, it should only pose one question. There are those who argue that the one referendum in fact contained two. In other words, shall we define marriage (first sentence)? Shall we prohibit "look-alike" marriage (second sentence)?

While responding to that case, the Wisconsin Family Council says if the state's highest court strikes down the amendment they will take measures to "give marriage the very best legal protection possible."

So in honor of the Wisconsin Family Council's brilliant and silly statement, here is this week's family. Apparently this one couldn't spend enough quality time at home. Nor while shopping.

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