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12/09/2010

This is the face of 40 unprincipled votes

by Jeremy Hooper

In a just-issued press release, the group whose Family Research involves calling for the deportation and/or criminalization of gays praise Senators like John "Maverick" McCain and Jim "Let's Fire Gay Teachers" Inhofe for obstructing what they refer to as an "insistent liberal social agenda," even as a vast majority of the American public calls it basic, benign fairness:

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Somewhere in the world right now, a gay solider is serving in horrid conditions, burdened with a millions fears. Today, the U.S. Senate could have removed one of them. Instead, they emboldened anti-gay fears.

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