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03/14/2006

FOF places Iowa anti-gay marriage ad; LOL not the response it garners

by Jeremy Hooper

Employing the ink-stained finger imagery that conservatives have routinely trotted out to make the Iraq war look like less of a bumblef*ck, Focus on the Family is running an ad this week in Iowa newspapers, in which they encourage a state vote on an amendment to ban gay marriage:

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Employing the truth that exists beyond positive images designed to tug at the heart strings and language like "protect marriage," we respond:

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If you want to vehemently protest the gays at every turn, FOF, it's your prerogative and legacy. But at least have the cajones to admit the truth behind your actions.

Focus Action Ads Promote Iowa Marriage Amendment [FOF CitizenLink]

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