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10/11/2010

Video: Paladino's friend: 'Homosexuality is a misnomer...an attack on religion'

by Jeremy Hooper

Yehuda Levin, the self-professed "friend" who gave New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino his glowing introduction at the headline-grabbing, aggresively-anti-LGBT 10/10 meeting in Brooklyn:

So how close and jovial are Levin and Paladino?

"So nice of you to have me"? Well, better Carl say that now than in January 2011!

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*EARLIER: Video: Paladino meets with rabbi who's called gays 'moral terrorists', manages to outdo even him [G-A-Y]

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*Oh, and side note: What is up with this CBS 2 reporter, Dave Carlin? Saying things like, "the religion is the religion -- it's in [The Torah] and it's clear," offering an agreeable "YES!" when Levin claims religion is being attacked, or telling Levin that he's "being told by his government that his religion must change"?!

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