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01/27/2011

Video: Thomas More Law Center makes one truly nasty anti-gay video

by Jeremy Hooper

Guess Elena Kagan hates repeal too, since she didn't clap. And guess the Joint Chiefs hated virtually everything said in the speech, since they didn't clap at most any of it. Got it.

Wait, what's that? You say it's exceedingly rare for either the Joint Chiefs or the Supreme Court justices to ever clap, as they are supposed to be apolitical offices by design? And therefore these folks stoic expressions mean absolutely nothing in terms of either policy or feelings about gay "perversion", much less enough of an indicator to necessitate a political hit video?

Weird, wonder why such a staid, principled, Christian organization like Thomas More would've tried to mislead me like this?

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