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07/23/2009

We-Have-Every-Right-to-Be-Mad Libs

by Jeremy Hooper

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The tired, reliably hostile story, for those who care: Urgent lawsuit filed with Wis. Supreme Court to stop violation of marriage amendment [ADF press release]

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Hmmm. Maybe a sign that they haven't got nearly enough signatures for their preferred popular-vote-based-on-vicious-fear-mongering-and-lies method of attacking same-sex couples.

Posted by: Aaron | Jul 23, 2009 5:09:38 PM

Good old ADF. Defending their "First Liberty" of forcing their rigid dogma on everybody by any means possible.

Posted by: Buffy | Jul 23, 2009 6:22:07 PM

JH, you could manufacture whiteboards like that for impromptu protest rallies!

Posted by: Dick Mills | Jul 23, 2009 8:41:59 PM

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