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01/31/2011

by Jeremy Hooper

Concerned Romantics of America hope to share a Valentine's Day moment in the arms of a loved one. The goal: To pause the harsh world for only a second so as to celebrate the beauty of human affection.

On the flip side: Concerned Women For America hope to run a Valentine's Day ad in New Hampshire's conservative newspaper, The Union Leader. *Their* goal: To stop gays and Hollywood from increasing teen pregnancy rates, putting young men in jail, decreasing economic productivity, and turning high school girls into adoles-bians. Or something like that:


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Hmm. Well, at least our organized opposition is starting admit that they're the ones on the offensive here ("We want to go on the offensive against the tearing down of such a time honored institution and one that was created by God"). For a movement so firmly built on flawed "protect marriage" code-wording, that's actually a rhetorical step forward.

Though if it's all the same to CWA, we'll stick with message hearts. Ones with...

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and...

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