Lindsay Lohan's gal pal is aghast that an animal-rights initiative passes while gay marriage is rejected

By Mike Fleeman
Updated November 06, 2008 02:30 PM

Lindsay Lohan‘s gal pal Samantha Ronson expressed shock that voters approved an animal-rights initiative but rejected measures for gay marriage and adoption.

“I guess people care more about farm animals than they do their fellow man, that’s really sad to me,” Ronson, 31, blogs on her MySpace page. “Yes, I am glad that the chickens will have more room and better conditions as they wait to die, but I just think it’s frightening that people show more compassion for tomorrow’s dinner than for the chef.”

California voters Tuesday approved a proposition freeing chickens from small cages, but people in California, Florida and Arizona passed measures banning same-sex marriages, while Arkansas voters barred unmarried couples from adopting or being foster parents.

“Yup, Miss Piggy and Chicken Little may rest easy, but gay people in Florida and California can no longer get married and gay couples in Arkansas can’t adopt children,” writes Ronson. “G-d forbid a loving family (regardless of sexual orientation) give a needy child a home!”

“Oh well,” adds Ronson, a supporter of Barack Obama, “I guess one out of four ain’t bad!”