Ohio gay marriage amendment bites back

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"Well Ohioans, you've been hoodwinked. You thought you were stopping gays from getting married last November when you voted for that amendment..." writes John Aravosis of the overturning of an Ohio domestic violence law, collateral damage from the anti-gay referendum, "The ironic thing here is that gays didn't really lose anything... See, gays can't get married anyway. It's those straight Ohioans who voted against their own interests....again." (AmericaBlog)

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