Sounds like party politics to me...
It's wordplay. Ha!
So, we're using Barack Hussein Obama's campaign slogan as a theme even though he is against gay marriage?!?!?!
In an interview with the Chicago Daily Tribune, BHO said, "I'm a Christian. And so, although I try not to have my religious beliefs dominate or determine my political views on this issue, I do believe that tradition, and my religious beliefs say that marriage is something sanctified between a man and a woman."
That's kind of appalling in the year that California adopts equal marriage rights... Couldn't we have hooked onto that instead?...
@3, SOAP selected this slogan BEFORE Obama's campaign chose theirs. Besides, your comments have absolutely nothing to do with the topic.
@5 Then why is it being reported here now as though it were breaking news?
And really?... "SOAP selected this slogan BEFORE Obama's campaign chose theirs..." because he's been throwing that line around since at least last spring... probably longer.
@6, you should do your homework. Contact SOAP. I've seen that slogan for a very long time. The Stranger is late reporting it. Thanks for playing.
STFUA and march.
Also, could my beloved Dykes on Bikes please wear helmets? It pains me that they don't set the right example for the kids.
I have been convinced to be in the parade this year, as part of the contingent representing Your Seattle City Light. I'll be the one in the veiling and thong.
One of these years I'll have to actually attend one of these things. I only go when I'm expected to do something.
elenchos...do you make the kids wear electrical tape on their nipples ?..
The one thing that could make Dykes on Bikes better is power tools. Lots of power tools.
@11 -- What's big and yellow and sleeps six?
A City Light Truck!
I don't even get that joke. City Light is always fun at parades, though.
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