[The Gays] ... Recognizing equal marriage rights for gays and lesbians, that is. First Massachusetts, then California and, now, Connecticut: It's one of those lovely little New England states, roughly the size of Box Elder County, except it's got about a kajillion trees. (Pictured: Connecticut's state flag.)
Now it's a race to avoid being the last state without equal marriage laws. Wouldn't it be embarrassing to get left in the dust by, say, Arkansas or Utah?