From this morning's National Post, we have one of Canada's intellectually and culturally "special" Members of Parliament, weighing in with his opinion of gay marriage:
Conservative MP Jason Kenney says gays have every right to marry whoever they want - as long as it isn't someone of the same sex.
The Calgary MP made the remarks during a sometimes heated 40-minute discussion with members of the Toronto-area Punjabi language media, a recording of which was made available to The Canadian Press.
"The fact is that homosexuals aren't barred from marrying under Canadian law," Kenney said at the meeting of the Punjabi Press Club last month in Brampton, Ont. The group represents more than a dozen Punjabi-language newspapers.
Former NDP MP Svend Robinson - an outspoken gay rights advocate and Canada's first publicly declared gay MP - was once married to a woman, noted Kenney. He also said that NDP MP Libby Davies was once married to a man.
"Marriage is open to everybody, as long as they're a man and a woman," said Kenney.
There is no suitable punchline for this. Really.