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04/01/2010

Video: By 'the record,' Molotov must mean those outdated round things that have little public support

by Jeremy Hooper

Christian college professor Warren Throckmorton asks a very good question: "why are Resolve and Dell advertising on this video?":

Go read the rest of Warren's pertinent post, where he picks apart the rest of Molotov's typical B.S. and wonders aloud why social conservatives won't just show their readers the text of the draconian Ugandan bill: Molotov Mitchell spins the record [WT]

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*EARLIER: Molotov's first, truly unbelievable defense of the Uganda legislation: Video: Anti-gay Ugandans are 'more American than Americans'; Also: Hold me mommy, I'm terrified of the far-right [G-A-Y]

ALSO: If you want to call the makers of Resolve and French Onion Chips who advertise on the video and let them know that they are supporting a piece hat defends a bill which would kill some gays and jail the rest for life, you can find that info here (1 973 404 2600)

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