While all has been deafeningly quiet on the anti-choice front, state rep. Sally Kern has introduced a bill trying to put restrictions on yet another of the worlds not so fun realities; divorce. If HB 2279 goes into affect in November, divorces will not be granted on the grounds of incompatibility if there are children present in the marriage, the couple has been together for more than ten years, or one of the parties objects to the divorce.
Which, in a nutshell, means this:
1. The kids will just have to suffer through it until their parent's fighting escalates into one of the other categories.
2. A couple who has been together for ten years is incapable of rationally realizing when it just won't work anymore.
3. One half of the couple will just have to be miserable until they decide to jump into one of the other categories.
Evidently being a state representative automatically makes you a trained marriage counselor. Who knew?