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02/28/2011

Video: Bob Vander Plaats spends another countless hour talking about gay people

by Jeremy Hooper

Iowa's Bob Vander Plaats warns twos and twos of supporters about those bisexuals who innately want to marry multiple partners and those fathers who want to marry their children:


The Gay Marriage Battle Continues [KIMT]

Ya know, there's been a lot of suspicion that Vander Plaats' current tour is actually a veiled campaign tour for his pal Mike Huckabee (Vander Plaats reportedly mentions Huck at every stop). That we don't know for sure. But we do know that bisexuality is not the same thing things as polyamory. That equality for same-sex couples is not the same thing as incestuous marriage. And that any candidate who attaches his or her self to this so-called "Family Leader" campaign is attaching the party's White House hopes to a very far-right, very homo-hostile effort for which they'll have to answer. Answers that we're confident will leave moderate American voters with more than a few questions.

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