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10/06/2006

'Worldnet' headlines: The gift that keeps on painting us a predatory

by Jeremy Hooper

To headline a piece regarding a friend-of-the-court brief filed by gay rights organizations seeking allowance of gay-inclusive materials to be used in schools without parental consent (challenging assertions that parental notification should be required before LGBT tolerance can be taught), our ol' poker buddies at WorldNetDaily use the words:

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Though clearly they made a few typos, as everyone knows they meant to say:

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You simply have to start copyediting, WorldNet! After all, there's no way you guys actually think that by encouraging our lives and families to be taught as part of the spectrum of normalcy, we are somehow targeting anyone or anything other than bias. Right?

'Gay' groups: We have rights to your children! [WND]

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