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As we write, this all-out act of aggression sits in countless conservative inboxes

by Jeremy Hooper and its related magazine are undeniable parts of the conservative establishment. With columnists ranging from everyone to John Stossel to Maggie Gallagher (plus the two seen in the TownHall-adTownHall ad, at left) and a roster of regulars who frequently appear on the cable news programs, the outlet that Glenn Beck has referred to as "actual journalism" serves the GOP like few other online homes. And unlike rivals like WorldNetDaily, TownHall is widely considered to be above the fringiest of the uber-fringe.

Which is exactly why what we're about to show you should be concerning. Because even though it, a remarkably overheated letter from one Mr. Eugene Delgaudio, has been mocked all up and down the blogosphere, this is the first time we've seen it with the same official TownHall branding that so many GOP luminaries proudly march under:

From: Townhall Spotlight <>
Subject: Survey: Do you support the Homosexual Agenda?
Date: July 29, 2010 11:18:56 AM EDT

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