A Gay Revolutionary’s Response to Maine

This isn’t a political blog. Nor is it meant to be a personal blog. This blog exists for one reason and one reason only: to promote my book, Revolutions for Fun and Profit!. Readers of this blog should know that 99.7% of the posts here (or is it 99.8%?) are not to be taken seriously.

That having been said, I want to talk about something serious. I want to express my extreme disappointment that Proposition 1 in Maine passed yesterday. The passage of this proposition means that gay marriage in Maine will now be repealed – not unlike the situation in California the year before.

I’m extremely disheartened by this, because I strongly believe that everyone should have the right to get married, regardless of their race, religion, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. I believe, because of the passage of Proposition 1, that action is needed more than ever. In fact, I believe that a REVOLUTION is needed. And you know what? I wrote the book on revolutions (available at Amazon.com for $15.29, plus shipping and handling).

I would be a hypocrite if I wrote about revolutions, but wasn’t willing to take revolutionary action myself. Therefore, in response to the passage of Proposition 1 in Maine, I am announcing the following:

  • I am boycotting all lobster from Maine. I eat lobster about once a year, so Maine will definitely feel my impact on their economy.
  • I will stop reading Stephen King novels. I don’t think I’ve ever read a Stephen King novel in my life, but he’s from Maine, so Maine will definitely feel my impact on their economy.
  • I will post mean things about Maine on my Facebook and Twitter accounts. That’s right, my Facebook and Twitter accounts. I clearly mean business. Maine will probably also feel this impact on their economy. Probably.

If Maine strikes at my heart, then I will strike at Maine’s heart. This situation is not unlike that time when the homeless community boycotted caviar and champagne, in response to the wealthy citizens who voted for a panhandling ban. Those wealthy citizens sure learned their, lesson, didn’t they!

So, how are you responding to the passage of Proposition 1? Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments.

And if you happen to be an angry gay couple who can no longer be married in Maine, do not fret: I have provided you with some pictures of funny-looking straight couples. Take that, Maine! That will teach you to mess with gay revolutionaries!

Couple in Bees

Couple 2

Couple 3

Couple 4

Couple 5

Couple 6

No, I don’t know why most of these couples are Asian.

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One Response to “A Gay Revolutionary’s Response to Maine”

  1. Amazing… very great subject. I will blog about it likewise!

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