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08/26/2010

Spreading Santorum: Just one of Ken's original sins

by Jeremy Hooper

He's out and we're happy for him. He's seemingly committed to ending the marriage bans that his team used to re-elect his former boss, and that's good as far as it goes.

But there's also a hostile record from Ken Mehlman's mid-to-late 30s that hurt so many of us who knew who and what we were, and who never questioned whether or not gay bashing was the "compassionate conservative" thing to do. We can't forget any of it. Seriously -- we would, we just can't:

4/23/2003, The Associated Press
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**SEE ALSO: Joe.My. God. has been rounding up lots of Ken's past comments and dealings and dutie$.

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