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04/09/2009

Rice-A-roni, Ghiradhelli, sourdough, and equality. YUM!

by Jeremy Hooper

Warning, Iowa: Those pesky "San Francisco values" are coming to getcha. At least according to the Family Research Council:

In the wake of the Iowa State Supreme Court's outrageous decision to impose San Francisco values on an unwilling public, Iowans are saying "Enough!"
San Francisco Values Unwelcome in Middle America [FRC]

A Bay Area denunciation that leads to only question: Why does the Family Research Council keep hating on America's favorite San Francisco family?:

In the words of Stephanie J. Tanner: How rude!

It's unclear what values, exactly, FRC thinks San Francisco will impart upon Iowa. Though we do hear that they'll soon warn about the state's corn all turning "hardpore."

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But didn't Candace Cameron go join her brother Kirk in his Christian Supremacist crusade? I think she plays his wife (eww) in one of the Left Behind movies.

Posted by: Daimeon | Apr 9, 2009 11:56:55 AM

Daimeon: I'm adamant about separating my 80's/90's child characters from their real-life counterparts. It saves me lots of pain :-)

Posted by: G-A-Y | Apr 9, 2009 12:38:18 PM

LOL gotcha. It won't happen again. ;)

Posted by: Daimeon | Apr 9, 2009 12:47:38 PM

They hate the family of Full House because there is a single dad raising children with the help of 2 other men. That's negative 10 points. Of course if even one of them were gay, it would then be negative a million points.

Posted by: Steve | Apr 9, 2009 2:11:20 PM

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