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Republican politician naively falls for satirical stories about homosexuality leading to bestiality

ULERY

Dim-witted politicians are nothing new, of course, but THIS GUY takes the cake:

New Hampshire Rep. Jordan Ulery [above] recently sent an email to other state lawmakers with references to stories about how gay marriage could lead to “multiple partners” and “animal interactions,” but his argument fell flat when another lawmaker pointed out that the stories he shared were satirical.

Miscellany Blue first reported on the email thread, which originated with a message from Rep. Jan Schmidt (D-Nashua) about gun laws. Ulery’s response to the email, which Micellany Blue provided to HuffPost, argued that “a small infringement” like pro-gay marriage laws or gun control laws “always, Always, ALWAYS lead to a greater infringement.”

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Ulery then provided links to several stories about bestiality and polygamy, including a link to The Daily Currant, a satirical news site. Ulery also linked to a blog on Smash Mouth Politics that has a disclaimer from the author calling the post “a parody of what I believe will be happening in a few years.”

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  1. Steverino

    His district borders one of the largest sheep farms in New England.

  2. Craig Knauss

    Steverino,

    That was baaaad. Funny, but baaaad.

    BTW, Isn’t that where button “flies” were invented?

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