Hayworth says gay marriage will lead to bestiality


Former Arizona congressman and U.S. Senate hopeful J.D. Hayworth is afraid allowing same-sex marriages could lead to bestiality.

In a radio interview in Florida, Hayworth, who is challenging Senator John McCain in the Arizona Republican Senate primary, said the gay marriage law in Massachusetts is so vague, it could open the door to people marrying horses.

“Now how dangerous is that?” Hayworth said. “I guess that would mean if you really had affection for your horse, I guess you could marry your horse.”

Hayworth said marriage in that state is now defined simply as, quote, “the establishment of intimacy.” He recognizes he’s being absurd but says he’s trying to make the point that under the Massachusetts definition, if you really had affection for your horse, you could marry the horse.

Actually — dumbshit — the law in Massachusetts defines marriage as “the voluntary union of two persons as spouses, to the exclusion of all others,” thereby excluding horses (but including a horse’s ass such as yourself).

Hayworth supports a federal ban on gay marriage.

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