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05/26/2010

Right, because why do elected lawmakers mater in this representative system of govt.?

by Jeremy Hooper

And now, another thoroughly responsible headline from the esteemed Family Research Council:

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The bad news: Once again the social conservatives are picking whatever part of America that's inconvenient to their current cause and painting it as out-of-line, damaging the discourse for all involved.

The good news: At least the independent judiciary seems to have gotten a temporary reprieve. Quick, someone slip in an "actiivst" opinion while they're otherwise (mis)focused!

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