Dear Representative Warren Chisum:

I am sure you noted with interest, as I did, the report in the Dallas Morning News regarding the Dallas judge who has ruled, in the course of two gay guys trying to divorce, that the state Constitutional amendment prohibiting gay marriage is unconstitutional. Thus, the judge has ruled, this gay couple can proceed with their divorce.

While I am not your constituent, I write pleading for your help today because you have long been the keeper of the flame, so to speak.

Representative Chisum, I urge you in the strongest possible terms to stop this dangerous movement in its tracks. Any God-fearing Texan knows that the intense hatred involved in divorce should stay, as the good Lord intended, between one man and one woman. I believe, and I’m sure you agree, that to give homosexuals equal footing to hate each other alongside good Christian couples, who have grown to want each other dead, would mean the destruction of the traditional family!

Thanks in advance for your prompt legislative attention to this important matter.



2 Responses to Dear Representative Warren Chisum:

  1. Cg October 2, 2009 at 2:14 pm #

    I agree. Only hetero couples should be allowed to be passive-aggressive and request “joint custody” of a dog or take 1/2 of the ice-cube trays.

    It’s the American way, dammit.

  2. whiskeydent October 2, 2009 at 6:47 pm #

    This is disgusting! It’s just like when the Supreme Court overturned the state ban on going down the Chisum Trail!

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