Good Column by Derrick Z. Jackson Today
June 16, 2007

Jackson writes on the gay marriage issue in Massachusetts. It’s an intelligent column about the way majorities can tyrannize minorities and why rational societies must do all they can to prevent that.

I suspect, however, that his references and quotes from Madison, Hamilton, de Tocqueville, and Mill will sail right over the heads of the religious troglodytes who promoted the ban on gay marriage.

After all, the trogs live in a self-referential world of circular logic and intellectual failure, a world which admits nothing of the real world in which the rest of us live. They keep trying to drag sane people into their nightmare world using pretense, illusion, and delusion.

Well, guys, I ain’t going! Not today, not tomorrow, not ever.

Hey Derrick, what does the Z stand for?