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03/28/2011

Video: Brian Brown says marriage issue 'unites', manages to keep straight face

by Jeremy Hooper

It continues to astound this writer to hear social conservatives actually brag about the fact that they used out-of-state money to turn one state's judicial retention system (which was designed to de-politicize the process) into a de facto way of lashing out against that state's civil marriage laws. But more than just us: It should absolutely enrage Iowans of all stripes to know that their courts are being so narrowly and tyrannically knocked over one single issue with which certain faith-motivated people simply do not agree.

But here's the National Organization For Marriage president Brian Brown doing just that, yet again, as he continues to pit the world against each other -- court-loving "elites" on one end vs. "the true, the good, and the beautiful" on the other:


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