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09/19/2010

#VVS2010: Cash will come in (church) denominations

by Jeremy Hooper

If there was one given theme at this year's Values Voters Summit, it was the idea that the economy really has little to nothing to do with whatever fiscal stimulus or job creation efforts we as a nation might endeavor. Instead, according to the guiding talking point at #VVS2010, America's bottom line is dependent on how fully we choose to ban gays and choice, so that God will once again give us our due allowance.

The Hill:


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"The Alyona Show":


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Spend millions dollars on even more ballot initiatives to ban marriage equality, which would subsequently eliminate the commerce that stems from same-sex wedding ceremonies, and then God will throw down his limitless credit card from the sky. Move over, Bernanke, Geitner, and Krugman!

Of course this Values Voters meme is really just promotion for the premiere of the new "pro-family" flick:

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"Greed is God."

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