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07/08/2011

New Yorkers for [New Testament] Freedoms

by Jeremy Hooper

And now these pre-wedding wishes from the disingenuously named New Yorkers For Constitutional Freedoms (same people that operate the oddly punctuated New Yorker's Family Research Foundation):

Mayor Bloomberg and the rest of New York’s leaders should take warning from Romans Chapter 1. They have thumbed their nose at a Holy God and celebrate what He condemns.
Cities Celebrate Coming "Marriage" Wave [NYCF]

So nuptial-bound gay New Yorkers trying to get an accurate reception head count, you can probably mark this group's leaders down as a "no." Probably not gonna get a gift, either.

Oh, and whatever you do: Don't ask them to deliver your toast. They're far too busy delivering "you're toast!" warnings.

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