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04/19/2011

Rick Perry's false, derisive choice begets equally tuned blog post

by Jeremy Hooper

Is this non-sequitur really something esteemed congressional hearing witness Maggie Gallagher supports?!

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Gays framed as anti-opportunity. Gay weddings, which only bring more employment and more economic opportunity, presented as somehow anti-jobs. The whole tone = complete and utter denigration.

But then again, marital bias is Maggie's own, personal economic development plan. Why wouldn't she pit gays against opportunity, when doing so has kept her in house and home for so many years now?

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