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02/08/2011

Anti-equality MDers are organizing. Can we *please* not wait until post-vote protests to do same?

by Jeremy Hooper

We've already shown you one organized "protect marriage" effort, which came complete with a "which states does God hate worse?" map. Now comes word of another, more staid site that's already being used to organize those Marylanders who stand in opposition to basic civil rights for same-sex couples:



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These folks are clearly pre-gaming. If prepping for a night out on the town, this would be their first at-home jager shot. Except, of course, with the burn affecting gay couples' rights and ring fingers, not the imbiber's gullet.

The question: Are we ready for this round? Are we going to finally get ahead of one of these?

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