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03/02/2006

Wash. 'mo fan and 'mo foe to demonstrate just how polarized we all are

by Jeremy Hooper

      Tonight in Seattle, longtime gay rights supporter Ron Sims (l.) will debate the Rev. Ken Hutcherson (r., known best for threatening boycotts on companies that support gay rights) on issues such as gay marriage, the connection between gay rights and civil rights, and the recently passed Washington legislation banning discrimination against homosexuals.

      Along those exact same lines, we (l.) plan to spend tonight yelling at a brick wall (r.) for hours on end.

Pastor, county executive to debate gay rights' parallel to civil rights [Seattle Times]

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