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03/04/2010

That pesky Human Rights Act: 1988 edition

by Jeremy Hooper

This week, we're seeing the far-right lash out against the public responsibilities/obligations provided by the D.C. Human Rights Act, acting as if these civil concerns trump religious people (and specifically Catholic's) supposed "religious freedom."

Some things never change:

8/4/1988 -- Tribune Media Services
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The far-right's threats never went to the Supreme Court. And now? We'll see...

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Your thoughts

Of course gay rights trump religion. Religion is a lifestyle choice whereas gay is inborn.

Posted by: marsmannetje | Mar 4, 2010 4:13:27 PM

I didn't read the byline at first. I started to wonder who could spew this sort of nonsense, but then I saw Pat Buchanan's name, and the Force came back into balance.

Posted by: GDad | Mar 5, 2010 8:46:09 AM

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