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08/31/2006

WND Poll: Acceptance in 'skews'

by Jeremy Hooper

From the always bias-free folks at WorldNetDaily, comes this poll regarding the new California law prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in state operated or funded services, activities and programs:

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Not that the results would've been drastically different had their question described the law's intent in less duplicitous ways. WND readers -- simply not the biggest fans of gay equality. However, it would've kept us from having to add yet another page to our "Dear God, is there a deceitful level to which theses guys won't stoop" file, which is getting quite full.

Be sure to look for tomorrow's WND poll, when we hear a question gauging readers' Labor Day plans will be worded, "In what activities will you engage in order to avoid the whores and drunkards out immorally celebrating their work-reprieved day of sin?"

Daily Poll -- What do you think of California's new law banning school moral codes? [WND]

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