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Video: Chuck says marriage will lead to 'cultural Armageddon'; Gays officially declare Hazmat yellow to be the new white

by Jeremy Hooper

Ya know, more than thirty years later, Americans still cite Watergate as a reason for distrust in government. So you'll have to forgive us if we're a little reluctant to listen to someone who was convicted on Watergate-related charges preach to us about government and its proper roles within people's lives.

Oh, and step up the green-screening, C.C! When hearing about "Armageddon" we expect fire and meteors and people running scared. Or at the very least, put on a copy of that Ben Affleck movie. Something more than just a boring old SCOTUS building. We expect you on Team Anti-Equality to make our jaws drop, but not so that we can yawn!


***RELATED: During a recent appearance on "The Hugh Hewitt Show," Colson admitted that the Prop 8 defense was weak, specifically honing in on David Blankenhorn:

(click to play audio clip)
*AUDIO SOURCE: Colson, George, George [Hugh Hewitt Show]

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