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05/05/2010

Video: Concerned Women For Putting Minority Rights to A Public Vote In A Way That Flies in The Face Of This Nation's Constitutional Protections

by Jeremy Hooper

CWA's Penny Nance:

Right, Penny -- it's gay folk who are the uncaring ones here. We understand that telling yourself might be a substitute for Ambien, allowing you to sleep without wondering exactly how many LGBT people your discriminatory work has hurt on any given day. But those of us who are seeking equality and inclusion for all -- INCLUDING. YOU. AND. ALL. EVANGELICALS. TAMMY. -- will not sit here and let you take away both our rights and our senses of compassion! How dare you?

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*Oh, and just a reminder: It's openly gay Council Member David Catania, an admitted "good advocate and good friend" of Catholic Charities, who folks like Penny are accusing of disrespect:

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