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01/19/2010

Video: Senate suits Brown to a TEA

by Jeremy Hooper

We better never again hear the far-right in this country criticize the national LGBT movement when we get involved in a state ballot initiative fight, the way they criticized us in both Maine and California:

Apparently it's A-OK for local elections to turn national in scope whenever there's careless claims of "socialism" to toss around. But when actual human lives are being tyrannically harmed behind a fallacious campaign of faith-based bias? "THE OUT-OF-STATE GAYS ARE MILITANT ACTIVISTS WHO WANT TO DESTROY SOCIETY!!!!!!!!!"

[:sigh:] We can't have anything nice.

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Well at least it was the guests schilling their books this time, and not the hosts - Neil Cavuto, I'm looking at you.

Posted by: DN | Jan 19, 2010 3:38:20 PM

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