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03/02/2009

Video: Bitter Buttars brings out biting brigade

by Jeremy Hooper

State senator Chris Buttars may think that gays are America's biggest threat. But this weekend, progressive Utahans channeled their annoyed energy to present a direct threat to boring protests:


Seems fun. In fact we hear the only drama was from lesbians lesbians would have preferred a nostalgic nod to The Lilith Fair instead.

Buttars-Palooza [ChinoBlanco.com]

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Wow! This makes me so happy. Politicians can't come out with pronouncements against gay people anymore because now we're getting politically active. Spectacular!

Posted by: Tony P | Mar 2, 2009 3:34:48 PM

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