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12/15/2005

'WorldNet' readers more gay-friendly than previously thought?

by Jeremy Hooper

WorldNetDaily Poll Results, as of 9:50 AM, 12/15:

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Will you see 'Brokeback Mountain,' the story of 'gay' cowboys in love? [WND Poll]

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