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08/05/2010

Pro-equality side declares 'war,' says he who's traversing U.S. in anti-LGBT battle wagon declaring war on gays' ring fingers

by Jeremy Hooper

B-BrownIn today's New York Times, the National Organization For Marriage's Brian Brown claims that Judge Vaughn Walker's fantastic, reasoned Prop 8 ruling has “launched the first salvo in a major culture war over same-sex marriage and the proper purview of the courts.” [SOURCE]

Amnesia doctors are unsure why Brian Brown has blocked out the culture war that he and his ilk declared on the California Supreme Court in 2008 for thinking that matters of civil equality were within their purview. Though history book writers are determined to help the docs crack this perplexing medical case.

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