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10/11/2010

Maggie = 'bullied' one, apparently; Also: down = up, apparently

by Jeremy Hooper
Screen Shot 2010-10-06 At 4.59.56 Pm"I think fundamentally we're just going to have to man-up on this one," ... "The one most repeated command in the Bible is 'be not afraid.' We really have to take these bullies on and show them that they can't win by silencing or intimidating opposition."

-Person who earns her living attacking gay people's civil marriages, Maggie Gallagher, describing the "bullies" who are supposedly the mean ones for working towards a goal of having people like her simply LEAVE. THEM. ALONE. [QUOTE SOURCE]

Yes, please, by all means -- "man-up," Maggie. In terms of both feasibility and civil fairness, turning your own union into a same-sex one would be infinitely more preferable than your current war to stop the inevitable tide that is civil marriage equality!

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