Friday, January 13, 2006

Polygamy for Canada

This could be an April Fool's joke, but Canadian politics transcend that. Having blessed, so to speak, gay marriages, now polygamy is on the table.

A new study for the Canadian Justice Department suggests that Canada should "get rid of its law banning polygamy, and change other legislation to help women and children living in such multiple-spouse relationships." This study cost the Canadian government $150,000.

Look for child-adult marriages next. And then we can look forward to Canadians marrying their pets.

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