Video: Comedian Hari Kondabolu on the sanctity of marriage

By | June 2, 2011 at 1:21 pm | One comment | Audio/Video | Tags: ,

The view that marriage is sacred has been around for years. The idea that allowing gays to marry would destroy the sanctity of marriage is a slightly newer thing. But the theme has long-been quality stand-up comedy fodder. On his first album, Good Day To Cross A River, Greg Giraldo jokes, “George Bush says that gay people getting married would violate the sanctity of marriage. Is anybody here married? Does it feel like a gift from God to you?” before launching into a longer bit on the topic. After the jump, you can watch Doug Stanhope’s now-classic take on the institution.

But before you do that, watch comedian Hari Kondabolu’s just-posted take on the topic below. Leave your opinions in the comments section.

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