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Hey, it's Friday -- how about a typo post?

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 30-1If there's one thing we know about the conservative legal eagles at the Alliance Defense Fund, it's that they care about facts and accurate representations. For the latest example, check out this letter (pdf) that they recently sent to Connecticut's Danbury High School requesting that a student be allowed to invite an anti-gay preacher to speak at the school:
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Only problem? Well, this is a report on Valerie's speech from today's Danbury News-Times:
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Details, ADF -- they're important!

But then again, considering the ADF's primary goal would seem to be "nixing sin," perhaps their initial "Cinnix" mistake was less of a simple error and more of a Freudian slip.

Students hear anti-gay talk [Danbury News-Times]
Letter sent to Danbury High School [ADF]

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I know this is catty, but when will Pastor Val stop dressing like a dyke?

Posted by: Uncle Mike | Apr 7, 2007 12:42:40 PM

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