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  1. Dastius Krazitauc says

    It’s so bizarre that a person being able to add another person to their health insurance makes other people “storm out”.

  2. jakeinlove says

    Ha ha. Pueblo, CO. The ought to be happy they have enough people to call it a city – gay or otherwise. The best thing that’s happened to that dump in awhile!

  3. Bob says

    This is a win for LGBT people everywhere and we need to keep winning our equal and civil rights every where which by the way drives the evil anti-gay Christians even more insane than they are already. Now get ready for some of these nuts to reply to this response Or start a fire storm of evil spew.

  4. BobN says

    In fairness, I’m sure at least a few of those who stormed out had an urgent need to go home and “pray on” how awful homosexual sex is, in detail…

  5. Aiden Raccoon says

    They stormed out because these religious assholes aren’t used to people fighting against them. They don’t know how to accept the word “no”. When the vote came 6-1, they probably left in embarrassment because they realized just how bigoted they are.

  6. Randy says

    Regarding the atheism issue, I expect Pueblo won’t be talking about this at a future meeting, because they’ll be served.

  7. Diogenes Arktos says

    I’m somewhat reminded of the famous remarks on bullying made by Dan Savage at that journalism conference. Aiden Raccoon above paraphrased Savage quite well, “They stormed out because these religious assholes aren’t used to people fighting against them”. In Savage’s case it was his knowledge of the Bible. As to Raccoon’s hope, however, “they realized just how bigoted they are”, it sounds like he doesn’t have a clue about the Religious Right’s mindset.