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05/10/2011

Audio: NOM always opposes civil unions. Here are the excuses for doing so in Rhode Island

by Jeremy Hooper

Shocker, NOM Rhode Island's Chris Plante opposes civil unions too:

Well of course he opposes even the most basic of civil steps forward. After all, Chris can't just sit around and let "tragic situations" go on unchecked:

"When parents die and we have orphans...
we see those as tragic situations.
Same-sex marriage enshrines a tragic situation into law,
where a child is intentionally denied either his mother or his father.
"

Or, you know -- let gays adopt and turn children into "accessories" like "teacup dogs":

Though we actually agree with Chris, in one way: Compromise should not be on the table. For we are not negotiating with this constant attempt to undermine our lives, loves, and fair representation in the country to whom we pay our (unequal) taxes.

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