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09/01/2011

'I still don't get his argument: John Stossel on Brian Brown

by Jeremy Hooper

As with most issues, John Stossel comes at same-sex marriage from a libertarian viewpoint. But regardless of political outlook or affiliation, many of us will be able to relate to John's patent inability to decipher what, exactly, National Organization For Marriage president Brian Brown's standard set of talking points are really trying to say and how, exactly, they apply to reality. Go read:

"I still don't get his argument."
FULL COMMENTARY: The Gay Marriage Debate [John Stosell via Creators.com]

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