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11/28/2007

For the bias tells him so

by Jeremy Hooper

HeathandebertMaine's most vocal anti-gay activist, Michael Heath, has announced that his Christian Civic League of Maine group will be on site this Friday when South Portland's United Church of Christ hosts a screening of the gay-friendly film, For The Bible Tells Me So. Needless to say, the League won't be on hand because they are such big fans of the documentary film medium:

League Vows Presence at Church's Perverse Film Screening [MaineToday.com]

Which is actually fine by us, as we prefer nuts to popcorn anyway.

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