|Get me, I just insulted Saudi Arabia|
and the State of Utah.
Apparently he is unable to carry on with his life in a world where gay people are allowed to marry and as such has vowed to survive only on water and vitamins until Utah uses its right of nullification to throw out the judge's ruling.
|Pictured: Gay people absolutely ruining Trestin Meacham's day.|
|"Hey Cindy, want to see them really |
lose their shit? Let's make out."
What does any of that have to do with Meacham and his unfinished Subway card?
|Thanks a lot gay people, Trestin was |
two foot-longs away from a free sub...
|Above: The people of Utah|
(well, some of them anyway).
"On Friday the 20th of December, a federal judge overturned the State Constitution of Utah and ruled against and its restriction against same sex marriage [sic]. In so doing, Article 1 Section 8 and the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution were violated. Even worse a law voted on by a strong majority of the people of Utah was rescinded, thus robbing the people of their voice in government."
I feel for him, I really do (no, I really don't), but why does he think this nullification shit's going to fly now? Yeah, the Court tossed out a voter-approved referendum, but that referendum singled out a group of people and took away their rights. You can't just gang up on people like that, that's one of the reasons we have a government.
|You could argue that the Union violated the Southern State's right to own|
people and make them work for no money. On the other hand, screw them,
they were owning people and making them work for no money.
|What? Some of his best|
friends are totally gay...
"This has nothing to do with hatred of a group of people. I have friends and relatives who practice a homosexual lifestyle and I treat them with the same respect and kindness that I would anyone. This is about religious freedom, and an out of control federal government."
on how we've got it all wrong
|Alan and James practicing their|
homosexuality for the big game on Saturday.
Look, I'm sorry to sound like a broken record here, but seriously, what is missing in Trestin Meacham's life that he's willing to go so far to try and keep gay people from enjoying the same rights as everybody else? Is he feeling under appreciated? Unloved? Here's a thought: Maybe some gay or lesbian couple in Utah could invite him to their wedding? Preferably one with a buffet. Maybe he'd come around.
|Joanne was a raging homophobe, until she tried the prosciutto-|
wrapped dates. Now she's checking out the bridesmaids.