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Video: You're gonna attend my church whether you chose to or not!

by Jeremy Hooper

Richmond, VA:

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The big irony, of course: That out of all of this country's citizens, those motivated enough to be out demonstrating for *civil* marriage equality are among the most likely to defend this man's right to project his condemnatory opinions via sidewalk-megaphone. This regardless of whatever personal religious beliefs these pro-gay, pro-equality individuals may themselves hold.

So who's the civil roadblock here? Who's really denying "religious freedom"? Who's standing for the values of the American constitution, and who's indefensibly seeking to deny the fair and free principles' application to certain sets?

We could megaphone our personal answer right into your ear. But we trust you're capable of drawing your own conclusions, based not on any one person's particular convictions but rather our shared system of governance.

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