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01/13/2011

Video: Haley Barbour's pride parade

by Jeremy Hooper

There are many proud achievements a governor might choose to highlight. For Mississippi's Republican Governor, Haley Barbour, it's his state's heavy-handed support for civil discrimination that makes the "State of the State" speech:

Yay, bias against certain state residents! Really warms your American apple pie, doesn't it?

Of course comments like this make Barbour a big star with groups like the National Organization For Marriage:

Haley Barbour, potential 2012 GOP Presidential Candidate, Comes out Swinging for Marriage! [NOM Blog]

"Comes out swinging," indeed. We have the bruises to prove it. Glad NOM is finally admitting their side's aggressor role.

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