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10/29/2010

Video: Gays/Pilgrims? Well, both did find inaugural freedom in Massachusetts

by Jeremy Hooper

In Iowa, Eric Cooper is the Libertarian party's nominee for Governor. He also might just be the one candidate who understands civil marriage equality the most:


(NoisyEyeDoctor)

Can doesn't mean should.

Personal whim need not translate into public policy.

Religious condemnation doesn't trump civil freedom.

Rocks are worth seeing, be they sitting on terra firma in Plymouth or sitting on Tara Firma's ring finger.


But if it's all the same to you, we much prefer a luxury honeymoon cruise to the Mayflower. You know -- scurvy and all.

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