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04/14/2009

Land in Iowa (but not for a same-sex wedding)

by Jeremy Hooper

In a new piece that he's penned for Baptist Press, Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission president Richard Land calls Iowa...

The poster child for marriage amendments [BP News]

Replacing the anti-gay amendments' previous poster child:

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If you ask us, this guy's much more representative of the amends. than is the Hawkeye State!

**SEE ALSO: Timothy Kincaid has written more about the Land piece: Richard Land’s Ignorance-Based Argument [BTB]

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Land: With no residency requirements, the court's opinion means at the end of April when the order goes into effect, same-sex couples will be free to travel from other states to exchange "vows" in the Iowa heartland.

Me: What? They aren't really vows?

"Yeah I know I promised to love and cherish but I had my fingers crossed"

Posted by: Timothy | Apr 14, 2009 2:09:23 PM

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