Monday, October 11, 2004


The long-forgotten Prohibition Party took an idea from Sinclair Lewis, and split into two factions so that their huge vote totals won't scare the public. An interview with one of their two Veep candidates reveals what's really behind the spread of "similar pairs" from figure skating to wedding ceremonies:
Gay marriage "is a smoker's problem, too," he claimed. By his reasoning, smoking causes what he considers aberrant behavior, including homosexuality. Ban smoking, he said, and there would be no demand for gay marriage.
Read it at "Election is no party for Prohibition candidate" (spotted by John Venlet at Improved Clinch.)

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