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09/16/2009

The AFA: We picket their 'fence'

by Jeremy Hooper

To highlight an "action alert" on DOMA, the American Family Association is today running this image:

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Which leads to only one question, really: When did the world's linguists change the word "fence" to the word "iscrimination"? So weird that we missed that.

*Image source: D[fence] of marriage [AFA]

*SEE ALSO: Towle has some of what AFA is saying about DOMA: AMERICAN FAMILY ASSOCIATION WARNS ITS MINIONS ABOUT DOMA REPEAL [TR]

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If they were really worried about "defending" marriage, they would do something about adultery and divorce among heterosexuals in general and among those adulterous married anti-gay activists claiming to be "defending" marriage in particular.

Gay marriage is a "defense" for marriage. In Massachusetts, divorce has dropped since same-sex marriage was allowed. Thus, allowing law-abiding, taxpaying, gay Americans to marry has helped heterosexual marriage. Same-sex marriage should be expanded nationwide.

Posted by: Michael | Sep 16, 2009 6:10:38 PM

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