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09/15/2009

Hey Stand4MarriageMaine: Deb Simpson is quite capable of speaking for herself!

by Jeremy Hooper

We have another thing to get off our chests about the "Yes on 1" campaign's terrible first ad. What can we say? We're mouthy. And we (and Maine state Sen. Deb Simpson) will demand to be heard:

Hey Stand For Marriage Maine: Let Deb Simpson speak for herself! YT]

**ALSO: Prolific vlogger Sean Chapin weighs in:

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Jeremy, as always, thanks for your tireless research and letting us hear Senator Deb Simpson's speech - I certainly can understand why Stand For Marriage Maine would NOT want people to hear her reasonable and sensible speech.

Posted by: tom | Sep 15, 2009 1:50:34 PM

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