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12/27/2010

Chairing GOP discrimination: Ann Wagner edition

by Jeremy Hooper

Before Christmas, we showed you videos of GOP chair hopefuls Saul Anuzis, Gentry Collins, and Reince Priebus answering Maggie Gallagher's questions on why the Republican party should remain known for being on the wrong side of equality. Now, candidate Ann Wagner makes the unfortunate case:

Yes, Ann: We find it sad that you have to legislate this as well. Though remember: You don't have to. You have made a choice to live this obstructionist lifestyle.

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