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04/30/2009

'Know offense,' Carrie. Because right now you don't seem to.

by Jeremy Hooper

"It's all about respect"...which is why I tell gay people that society needs to be "protected" from their marriages. Uh uh, right.

*Here's the ad.

*SEE ALSO: Carrie's thoroughly "respectful" appearance on the ultra-far-right "Liberty Live" show, in which not only gay marriage, but the very essence of being gay was decried: Carrie moves further right, further wrong [G-A-Y]

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Ugh. she did a bad job.

Posted by: a. mcewen | Apr 30, 2009 8:17:37 AM

God, what an idiot.

Posted by: Wild Gift | Apr 30, 2009 9:19:52 AM

The more she talks, the more she proves Perez was right. And if she feels SO deeply about protecting marraige, why did you need to consult her notes?

Yeah. Perez was right.

Posted by: Taylor Siluwé | Apr 30, 2009 9:36:30 AM

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