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04/04/2011

Video: Chris Plante's ongoing war against 'tragic situations'

by Jeremy Hooper

As with most clips featuring the National Organization For Marriage of Rhode Island's director, we'd like to preface this one by letting you hear you how Chris Plante has admitted to viewing gay-headed families: As "tragic situations" on par with parental death:


*AUDIO SOURCE: NOM's Chris Plante on Rhode Island radio [NOM]

Okay, now that out of the way, you can go listen to why, exactly, Chris Plante and his peeps feel they should have a faith-based moral stranglehold on gay people's "tragic situations" civil rights:


Rhode Island Next Gay Marriage Battleground [CBN]

Be smart, Rhode Island. Dig deeper.

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