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10/29/2008

What we've learned in '08: Robo-calls are usuallly disturbing

by Jeremy Hooper

Is Mick Mulvaney, Mandy Powers Norrell's Republican opponent for the South Carolina Senate, behind this obviously fake, obviously anti-gay robo-call? That's the story that's building steam on this here internets:

Mulvaney Behind Gay-Baiting Robocall? [Indigo Jounrnal]
GOPer Reportedly Launches Phony, Gay Baiting Robocall [HuffPo]
S.C. Legislator Launches Gay-Baiting Robocall [Kos]

Stay classy, Southern GOPers!

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