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08/09/2011

Petition: Esteemed invites deserve honest replies

by Jeremy Hooper

Activist Alvin McEwen has a very simple demand: That members of Congress push back against inaccuracies they perceive in an expressed expert's testimony, so that any of our so-called "culture war" debates can at the very least be debated on actual merit rather than convenient, carefully spun talking points. And Alvin also has as petition to support his desire. Go sign your support for accuracy:

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Sign the Petition and get Congress to call out false anti-gay testimony [Holy Bullies & Headless Monsters]

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