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09/30/2010

Now = 1985, says Prop 8 fan; That = ridiculous, says this legally married gay man

by Jeremy Hooper

Surprising arrogance from a team that was recently humiliated in federal court:

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"When we won the vote for Prop 8 in California, we set back the gay agenda by 25 years. They know it too: that is why they are so angry."
-Jennifer Roback Morse of the Ruth Institute (a NOM affiliate)

Oh what's that, Jen? Sorry, I couldn't hear you -- my legally-recognized wedding ring (NY by way of CT) was too loudly tapping against the keyboard.

That happened to gay writers of 1985 -- right?

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