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02/28/2011

Audio: What Maggie Gallagher said/didn't say in MD

by Jeremy Hooper

Maggie at Friday's Maryland House hearing:

Right, she all that. But how does Maggie "respect" gay people when legislators aren't listening? Well, she comes out and admits that she sees homosexuality as "unfortunate", tells gays that they can "always control [their] behavior," and suggests that it's offensive to gays to not subject their lives and loves (and right) to "moral critique":

8/9/2010:

*AUDIO SOURCE: In The Market with Janet Parshall -- 8/9/10 [Moody Radio]

Or other times, when on Catholic outlets, she talks about the "several kinds of sins" that both gays and their supports commit every time they support marriage equality:

6/30/2008:

*Source: Catholic Answers Live -- 6/30/08

If only she'd have the fortitude to admit as much when in more buttoned up environs. So shady to not.

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*Tell Your State Delegate to Support Marriage for Gay Couples [Freedom To Marry]

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