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08/11/2010

Video: Maggie. Again. Yes, again. I know, I know -- and I'm sorry. But she's relevant. So deal.

by Jeremy Hooper

More and more polling is going against her. The Prop 8 decision has changed the conversation in this country, revealing the inadequacies of the her side's arguments. And the National Organization for Marriage's tour stops barely crack 20-30 people, tops.

But what she lacks in potential placement within the Museum of Positive Civil Rights History, Maggie "homosexuality is an unfortunate thing" Gallagher makes up for in aggressive defiance:


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JUDGE. WALKER. DIDN'T. DECLARE. ANYONE. TO. BE. INSANE! Nor did he call anyone "bigots"! The man did his job, presiding over a trial and writing an opinion based on what was presented to him! Disagreeing with the findings does not give Maggie Gallagher the right to put aggressive characterizations in this judge's mouth!

What is with this person?!? Seriously.

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*EARLIER: The obvious reason why Maggie would think Walker's sexuality matters? Well, for one, because she admits that she finds homosexuality to be "unfortunate" and "controllable behavior": Maggie Gallagher to gay people: 'You can always control your behavior'; homosexuality is 'an unfortunate thing' [G-A-Y]

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