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01/03/2011

#SmallTentsYouCanBelieveIn

by Jeremy Hooper

Via NOM's live Twittering of today's Republican National Committee chairmanship debate, the anti-equality group rounds up the pertinent marriage soundbites offered by the RNC's five candidates:

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SOURCE: @NOMTweets [Twitter]

*ALSO:
Joe now has video of the candidates' answers.

Basing civil marriage views on personal faith, U.S. distinction, so-called traditional values, one-sided ideals, and flawed procreation arguments? Well, that's certainly novel. But we'll stick the Constitution, thank you very much.

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*SEE ALSO: The pre-debate interviews wherein each of the candidates (plus now-withdrawn candidate Gentry Collins but minus current candidate Maria Cino) expounded on their discriminatory outlooks:

Ann Wagner

Saul Anuzis, Gentry Collins, and Reince Priebus

Michael Steele

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