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Videos: Shameful pursuits, Florida edition

by Jeremy Hooper

"We want our religious beliefs to rule everyone."

"We wish for our our parental choices to be foisted on every parents and child."

"We aggressively embrace bias."

"We wish to make gays seem anti-family, anti-child, anti-marriage, anti-tradition, anti-religion, anti-values, anti-morality, anti-society."

"We will hide all of these backwards, offensive views behind a veil of "pro-family" niceties in order to make it sound like we're "protecting" society rather than persecuting gays. In fact, we will make ourselves seems like the persecuted ones, using disingenuous (and legally unsound) arguments about "religious freedom."

No matter the state in which grown adults are taking an anti-intellectual hard line against marriage equality, the arguments are pretty much the same. But just for the sake of nuance, here's a look at how the anti-intellectual rights-stifling is flowing from the mouths of Florida's anti-gay team:

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