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10/20/2008

Video: Wait, don't the folks tend to oppose cloning?

by Jeremy Hooper

This ad recently started running in Florida:

This ad has been running for some time in Arizona:

So ridiculously unoriginal. Although to be fair, "Scenes that mask a horridly unjust historical misstep behind a veil of 'family values'" is not the most bountiful category in the stock video well. Misled video producers can't always be choosers.

*SOURCE: Arizona and Florida Anti-Gay Forces Sharing TV Commercials [BTB]

**Earlier instances of boring anti-gay ad rebranding: Seriously, someone get these folks a new script [G-A-Y]

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Your thoughts

Why can't they run these ad's in California. I'm not saying that I'm against gay marriage, quite the opposite. But at least these commercials are somewhat balanced because it just states their opinion without using scare tactics.

Posted by: Jeff Chang | Oct 20, 2008 10:29:32 AM

The problem is "their opinion" is a lie. Amendment 2 hurts straight and gay domestic couples and blah blah blah. It hurts plenty of people, doesn't benefit anyone and is an overall, discriminatory waste of time.

Posted by: | Oct 20, 2008 11:58:09 AM

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