In an article in today's Hickory Daily Record about the recent gay marriage in Iowa of a prominent Caldwell County furniture designer and manufacturer, Sen. Jacumin, who co-sponsored two recent bills proposing constitutional bans in NC on gay marriage, fiercely defended the freedom of heterosexual white men to run You Know Who out of the state:
Should same-sex marriage be allowed, "all of a sudden the building block of the family is destroyed," Jacumin said.
He thinks the measure would lead to more same-sex marriages and more homosexuals in the state, and says that would signal the end of the family since only a man and a woman can reproduce.
Apparently, though we have no proof, a man and a woman produced Sen. Jacumin.
Hmmm. A tsunami of Gay washing across North Carolina's borders! New BFFs for all those Baptist church organists! Sen. Jacumin has seen the future, and it has turned his heart to stone!
(This year there is a more than credible challenger for Sen. Jacumin's seat in the state senate, Beth Jones. The voters of Burke and Caldwell counties have an opportunity to put an actual human being into that General Assembly chair.)