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05/13/2010

Flashback Thursday: 'Protect marriage' finds its fallacious, offensive legs

by Jeremy Hooper

2/10/1996: Alanis is all over the airwaves singing about rain on wedding days. Meanwhile, self-appointed moral authoritarians begin taking to those same airwaves to reign over our own:

Fourteen years later, we supporters of basic civil equality are still waiting to take this tyrannically-mandated pause buttons that has been pressed upon our socially conscious lives so that we can move on to dedicate our full capacities to TRUE problems and TRUE "protections." Just the opportunity cost alone should make you angry.

Isn't it ironic? No. It's f***ing enraging.

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