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12/23/2010

Video: Elephant's feat: To keep dancing on others' ring fingers, rights?

by Jeremy Hooper

Three candidates for the chairpersonship of the Republican National Committee recently sat down with Susan B Anthony List President Marjorie Dannenfelser and National Organization for Marriage Chair Maggie Gallagher to answer questions pertaining to choice and marriage. Here's what they had to say (with videos fast forwarded to Maggie's marriage part):

Saul Anuzis:

Gentry Collins:

Reince Priebus:

Because equal rights are for some, "culture wars" are for political gain, and big tents are for hippies.

Stay divisive, GOP!

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