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and daddy makes ... four

By Diogenes ( articles ) | Jan 04, 2007

The Ontario Court of Appeal makes onanist history by recognizing a marital troika:

"There is no doubt that the legislature did not foresee for the possibility of declarations of parentage for two women, but that is a product of the social conditions and medical knowledge at the time," the judges wrote. As such, "the act does not deal with, nor contemplate, the disadvantages that a child born into a relationship of two mothers, two fathers or, as in this case, two mothers and one father might suffer".

More and more it seems that appeals court judges are cut from the same cloth as that yob who claimed he killed JonBenet. The career aim is supremely juvenile: a brilliant half-hour of international celebrity. Every jurist wants to fire the Shot Heard Round the World, and, in a courtroom, any simpleton can pull it off. All he needs to do is give western civ the thumbs-down. Fame!

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