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04/21/2009

Video: Common fallacies vs. far-too-uncommon truths

by Jeremy Hooper

No gathering storms were harnessed in the making of this video.

Pride Agenda [ESPA]

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Great Video. It just goes to show, that you don't need lame special effects, half truths, and really bad actors to make a video when the TRUTH is on your side.

NOM should take a few lessons from these folk, if they ever hope to make any kind of effective case for themselves...oh, nevermind...there never will be an effective case for them.

It just shows that Honesty is the best and most effective policy.

Well Done.

Posted by: Taylor | Apr 21, 2009 3:27:53 PM

Just out of curiosity, is anyone aware of where these three church leaders are from? Are they from the same area/city, or are they more spread out? And is anyone aware of a more comprehensive study done on how religious leaders feel five years after gay marriage was allowed there?

Much thanks for any info.

Posted by: Jack | Apr 21, 2009 10:24:31 PM

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