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07/20/2010

At least have fortitude to admit you're denying equal dignity!!!!!!!!!

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage just tweeted this quote from their poorly attended NJ rally:

Screen Shot 2010-07-20 At 1.40.44 Pm-1Standing for the truth of marriage does not deny the rights or equal dignity of human persons; rather it stands for the right of husbands and wives.

-Trenton Bishop John Smith

Which is kind of like saying, "My slap does not hurt anyone's face; rather it scratches the itch that I had on my own palm."

Hollow words. Unjust cause.

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