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04/03/2009

AFA's 'ethical' 'journalism' on our legal marriages (no quotes)

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association is still altering the Associated Press' text on their One News Now site. This is how they are presenting the fantastic, amazing, fair-minded Iowa decision:

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Iowa court: Ban on same-sex 'marriage' unconstitutional ["AP" via ONN]

Oh, AFA. If ever there were a day to drop the quotes around marriage, it's today. Now more than ever, with our third (really fourth) state granting full, state-level marriage equality, it's clear that our civil rights are not alleged. They are part of the association of American families -- now and forever!

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you know in 20 yaers we well look back and say i cant believe there were people against gay marriage and we well look at them as nazis

Posted by: Rio | Apr 8, 2009 2:29:34 AM

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