Join us in support of the Marriage Purity Act!

Via on Aug 7, 2010

Marriage isn’t about vows. It ain’t about gender, or sexual orientation. It’s about love.

Ban loveless marriages now!


New Law Would Ban Marriages Between People Who Don’t Love Each Other

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4 Responses to “Join us in support of the Marriage Purity Act!”

  1. Hilarious…but get rid of that photo-that-looks-like-a-video-link at the top. I hit it over and over until I got really irritated, before seeing there was an actual video link below.

    I absolutely refuse to take any personal responsibility for this.

    • elephant journal elephantjournal says:

      Oh, right, good point. Thing is, when you pause The Onion videos to get a screen capture, the play arrow appears.

  2. JoLinda VanHaren says:

    What’s the point? Other than Very funny! Are they saying that after marrying if the marriage becomes loveless than it should be declared,like, null and void?

  3. ontheissues says:

    A lot of concervative Christians believe that marriage should just be a union that occurs between only a man and a woman. They dwell on that Nfact” so much that they forget the whole “till death due us part” thing. If you’re going to talk the talk then I believe that you should walk the walk as well. Just saying.

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