It’s official. We Rock.
The house of commons voted 158-133 to support same-sex marriage, making Canada the 3rd country in the world to make the unions legal at a federal level.
And as much of a chump as I think Paul Martin can be, his quote on the issue sums up exactly how I feel about same-sex marriage, and really Canada in general.
The “vote is about the Charter of Rights,” said Martin. “We’re a nation of minorities and in a nation of minorities you don’t cherry-pick rights.”
And now that the gay marriage issue is taken care of, can we please work on that whole lack of TiVo thing?