After over six hours of testimony on Thursday, the New Jersey state Assembly approved legislation that would allow for same-sex marriage (don't worry, Governor Chris Christie has already promised to veto this nonsense). During the course of the day, 15-year-old Madison Galluccio testified before the Assembly, making an emotional case for her fathers' right to be married:
I do have to say that New Jersey has made me feel discriminated, like I'm some sort of outcast. But guess what New Jersey? I'm no outcast. I am Madison Galluccio, and I am part of the Galluccio family.
My parents will be married, and I will make sure that this happens till the day that I die.
You might want to give your wet face a second to de-puff before you go run those errands.