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07/21/2011

Video: Maggie runs through DOMA songbook; doesn't sound like national anthem to me

by Jeremy Hooper

She starts with a polygamy fear card. Then it's on to the false idea that the pro-equality side has reduced the discourse to accusing their opposition of nothing but "bigotry and discrimination." Soon after, she moves on to the short-sighted and offensive idea that gays don't really even need federal marriage protections, since so few gay parents are currently in legal marriages (thanks, in no small part to her work). All of it wrapped up with the usual canards about victory, victimization, and betrayal.

Just another day in the career of one Maggie Gallagher:

**UPDATE: Not sure what's going with the audio. Here's an .mp3 version instead.

*SOURCE: CBN News Channel Morning Edition, 7/21/11

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