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10/20/2010

Iowa For Freedom: 'What if we wanted to marry our cameras?'

by Jeremy Hooper

Posted to Iowa For Freedom's official YouTube channel:

Mark McCormick is right to laugh, because frankly -- what else is one to do when gays are compared to Kodaks?

If only lives, careers, rights, and the independent judiciary were not attached to the silliness, we might be in a constant state of guffaw over this ridiculous IFF campaign.

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**MORE: "Gotcha"-ing attempt from this faceless IFF camera man:

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