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10/25/2008

VIDEO: OMG -- They can't even spell truthfully!

by Jeremy Hooper

In a ridiculous new pro-Prop 8 ad posted to the anti-gay side's official YouTube page, the anti-gay side unfairly makes it sound as if Obama-Biden have the same stance on their measure as McCain-Palin, when in fact they do not. While not yet fully with us of marriage equality, Obama/Biden are both against Prop 8 and ALL constitutional marriage bans. McCain/Palin are both for Prop 8 (with Palin also coming out for a federal ban).

However, that is not the truly ridiculous part of the candidate name-dropping. That honor would belong to their inability to even spell Sarah Palin's name correctly:

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LOL. Or as our opposition would surely say: LOL-L!

California's Children [YouTube]

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LOL! The reason that the storybooks that teachers read aloud to grade school children are such a hot button topic with the anti-gays is that they (apparently) have never read a book themselves. As evidenced by the fact that they can't spell! When you get all of your book-learnin' when someone else reads the books to you, you have to narrowly focus all of your attention on those story books. I doubt that any of those bible-humpers have even read it!

Posted by: Dick Mills | Oct 25, 2008 4:59:07 PM

If the subject should be talked about at home, why can't it be talked about at school??? And isn't there and option to opt-out of sex-ed in california? If you don't like what they teach in public schools, homeschool your child. If you don't like gay marriage, don't get one. It's that simple. Now only if they could see that.

Posted by: Emily | Oct 25, 2008 5:36:04 PM

How is a sex ed class teaching that there are same sex relationships "too much information" (0:38)? To be honest, it bothers me that sex ed classes don't already teach that.

And what's up with her accent? Where's she supposed to be from, anyway?

Posted by: Matt Algren | Oct 25, 2008 5:36:31 PM

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