April 16, 2007, - 1:32 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Among the many reasons conservatives like me object to “domestic partner” benefits for gays (or anyone else) is the potential for huge fraud. How are you going to prove or disprove that guy A is really the long-term boyfriend of guy B–give him a road test?
That’s the plot of “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry,” a new Adam Sandler/Kevin James vehicle in theaters in July, which looks to be a Sandler movie that’s actually funny (a very rare feat for him). It’s about two single New York firemen (oops, PC alert: “firefighters“)–who want to pass their health benefits on to the kids of one of them–pretend they’re a gay couple to get them. Gay activists are very upset by the movie, and watching this trailer, you can see why: It’s hilarious!
Can’t wait to see this one.
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