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04/15/2010

Poll: 'Socialist' claims + willingness to hold sign = less chance invitee will buy tea pot for which your gay butt registered

by Jeremy Hooper

Shocker:

Just 16 percent of respondents who consider themselves part of the Tea Party movement said they support same-sex marriage, with 40 percent saying gay couples deserve no legal recognition whatsoever. (New York Times/CBS News poll)
Tea Partiers no fans of marriage equality [Gay Politics]

Though if you promise to play "pin the Hitler mustache on the elected Democrat," a portion of the naysayers might just come to your bachelor/ette parties.

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**SEE ALSO: The latest TEA pics from Flickr:

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