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08/02/2010

Video: Mass' most overheated gets all steamed up, shouts

by Jeremy Hooper

MassResistance, one of only a tiny number of anti-LGBT groups on which the Southern Poverty Law Center has bestowed their "hate group" label, has been on a mission lately to convince the national TEA Party that they need to take on more gay "social issues" if they want to survive. Last week, MassResistance leader Brian made his case at a Plymouth TEA dance:

And EARLIER: Brian lashing out against another local TEA Party for not wanting anything to do with his agenda:

Eh, at least they're taking a break from staking out T pee parties.

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