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03/25/2011

Audio: Bob Vander Plaats has no chance of losing, says Bob Vander Plaats

by Jeremy Hooper

It doesn't matter how much you prove your case's legal merit or how strongly you move the opinion polls toward the side of equality, Iowa equality activists. For unless you subscribe to the Church of Bob Vander Plaats, you'll always be wrong. Period. Case closed. [::fingers in ears::] "La, la, la, la, la -- I can't hear you."

Comments from today's "Restoring God" event:


Riiiiiiiiiiight, Bob.

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*About that lost support? It hits pretty close to home: Watch: Former Staffer Attacks Iowa's Leading Anti-Gay Over Campaign to Oust Pro-Equality Judges [Towle]

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