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Even Michelle Malkin Seems Sick Of Talking About Gay Marriage

Reported by Deborah - June 5, 2006

O'Reilly paired Michelle Malkin and Kirsten Powers tonight to debate the Gay Marriage issue but perhaps sensing the viewers saturation with the issue, he claimed they were discussing the state of marriage. It was obvious that the thrill was gone because even Malkin seemed bored to death. 6/5/06

Malkin admitted that there are some problems with heterosexual marriage but thought that was no reason to destroy the institution adding that Hollywood sends out a " corrosive message" about marriage.Malkin was of course clear that marrage should be between a man and a woman but thought the states should make the final call.

Kirsten Powers objected to the Republicans who have been married several times pushing the sanctity of heterosexual marriage mentioning Guiliani and Rush Limbaugh. She pointed out that preserving the institution of marriage has nothing to do with gay people. Powers supported civil unions for all and if two people wanted to marry too that should be fine. She clearly did not have any issues with the issue.

O'Reilly trying to maintain some righteous indignatiom claimed that if Gays are allowed to marry then polygamists will want equal protection. When he brought up the traditional Mom/Dad home as being the best for a child, Powers spoke up. She claimed that the gay parents she knows have raised great kids. O'Reilly wouldn't accept it claiming that nature dictated heterosexual parenting.

Malkin came to life briefly with an unmemorable statement about the Marriage Ammendment saying that she wished there were more than two days to debate the issue in Congress. While Bill thanked them, Malkin maintained her iron mask of angry resolve to remind viewers that she is their no nonsense advocate.

comment: The people in this country want peace,universal healthcare, environmental action, decent schools, a livable wage, and some hope for the future. The time and energy wasted on this election year ploy is not appreciated by the majority of American voters who have caught on to the Republican tricks.

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