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08/26/2009

Kris cross about Teddy's legacy

by Jeremy Hooper

Some minor grave-dancing:

"[Ted Kennedy] was a champion for abortion, later on a champion for same-sex 'marriage' and the pushing of the homosexual agenda in our public schools,".... "That's a very sad legacy."
- Massachusetts Family Institute president Kris Mineau

But we much prefer to let the history books speak for themselves:

With all due respect, Mr. Mineau, we will be the judge of that.

Now since we have your ear: Do you have a middle initial you want us to use for your bio in the chapter on 'People who misused the term 'family' as a way of denying their gay neighbors' civil rights'?
-America's history books circa 2060

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