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08/26/2011

'Protecting marriage': The most mislabeled political fight in American history?

by Jeremy Hooper

Miss-State-flagIn 2004, Mississippi passed an anti-gay-marriage amendment by a whopping 86%-14% margin.

In 2011, this:

For all its pro-family reputation, Mississippi is more wedded to the institution of divorce than most other states, a new U.S. Census Bureau report suggests.
Divorce rates in Miss. among highest in U.S. [ClarionLedger.com]

Sad. Misfocused. Not gay-blamable (though some will probably try).

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