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Video: A movement desperately clinging to relevancy

by Jeremy Hooper

During some of this video, you can hear wind blowing into the microphone. But unfortunately the rest of the it is not nearly as substantive:

Yawn. Pretty palm trees though.

What's Left of the Constitution? 3/9/09 [YT]

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Your thoughts

"....since the dawn of time"????? What an f-wit! And then to throw in that part about children right at the end like he forgot to roll it in earlier.

Yawn is right.

Posted by: dave b | Mar 9, 2009 4:09:10 PM

Near the end he states something like "children are best raised by their own mother and father." I don't see the gays trying to take these kids away from their parents. The reality is that there are a lot of kids who need good loving homes, and gay couples can provide these kids with the love and support they need.

Posted by: Craig | Mar 9, 2009 4:29:00 PM

Jeebus thinks he's a jerk.

Posted by: Stephen Rider | Mar 9, 2009 4:53:42 PM

The bit about religious liberty is beautifully off the wall, isn't it? How in [insert deity of choice]'s name does same-sex marriage infringe on religious liberties?

Who cares for the liberty of liberal churches?


Posted by: Timothy (TRiG) | Mar 9, 2009 6:46:47 PM

Are you sure that was the wind blowing into the microphone? I thought maybe it was the sound made by the vacuum between his ears.

Posted by: Frank H | Mar 9, 2009 6:58:50 PM

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