On January 6, same-sex marriage became official and recognized legally in the state of Florida.
Floridians voted against gay marriage several years back, but that did not stop activist judges from overturning existing law that banned gay marriage, ruling it unconstitutional.
Look at the bright side of this, if there is one.
Florida could see a big uptick in sales tax revenue from sales of wedding garb and trinkets of future gay weddings, not to mention the revenue that will be collected from out-of-staters who will travel to the Sunshine State to exchange marriage vows.
Hey, let’s not forget all those divorce attorneys who stand to make a lot of loot after the pro-gay marriage lobby realizes that, like all things in life, their marriage will come to an end.