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06/04/2009

'Happy, Happy, joy, joy' vs. 'Happy, Happy, anti-boy/boy'

by Jeremy Hooper

For us, this is Happiness:

But for Mike Heath, Maine's most prominent foe of the 'mos, happiness is, well, uhm -- linking to far-right anti-gay groups, one of which has been designated as a "hate group" by the Southern Poverty Law Center:

(from Heath's blog)
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Mike Heath [official blog]

Well you know what they say: Happiness begins at homo-hostility!

*It should also be noted that in addition to MassResistance, the Southern Poverty Law Center also designates AFT head Pete Labarbera's former organization, the Illinois Family Institute, as a "hate group." According to IFI's own report, the group was selected in large part because of a Paul Cameron-supportive piece that Pete wrote during his tenure there.

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Your thoughts

It's dismaying how many people still think of Paul Cameron as a credible source of...ANYTHING.
On a ligher note-is that recording of "Happiness" from the revival cast of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" that featured openly gay actor Anthony Rapp as C.B. and the very gay-friendly Christian entertainer Kristen Chenowith as Sally? It sounded like them.

Posted by: Bill S | Jun 4, 2009 3:33:43 PM

My favorite part is the winking smiley face at the end of his bio paragraph.

Posted by: Jaime | Jun 5, 2009 8:03:32 AM

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