Last night I dreamed I was attending a college English class. At the end of class a man entered the room and told us that anyone who was married didn't need to pay attention and announced that all unmarried students were invited to the auditorium where the current President, George W. Bush would be speaking. Somehow I figured out that the President would be encouraging students to consider getting married. I don't think I figured out how this was part of a dastardly right-wing scheme, I just assumed it was.
So I ran around to my fellow single and married coeds basically begging them to help me protest this government intrusion into our private lives. I tried to convince them that the government, and especially the President, had no business trying to convince people they should get married.
Nobody listened. Now I think about the government-funded "Marriage is Healthy" campaign. These are the billboards and classes put out by abstinence-champion Teen-Aid (headquartered right here in lovely Spokane). I love the billboards. I think they are an excellent marriage equality campaign. We just need to swap out the pictures with same-sex couples.
In other news, my three-year old daughter just announced, "I cooked my wedgie."