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Video: An 'ex-gay' pushing governor? Better know your candidates, NH!

by Jeremy Hooper Since 2006, Kevin Smith has worked as a director at New Hampshire's Cornerstone Policy Research, and since 2009, he has sat in the head chair. The head chair of an organization (a major NOM ally) that suggests one and only kind of endgame for gays in this country:

Why is New Hampshire's Cornerstone Policy pushing 'ex-gay' myths? [YouTube]

Right, so why mention it now? Oh, well -- because this very same Kevin Smith from this very same Cornerstone Policy group is likely to run for another kind of head chair:

Gov. Lynch has been a supporter (albeit a reluctant one, at times) of most LGBT rights. So when it comes to LGBTs, what exactly would Smith's "new bold leadership and fresh ideas" look like? Because all we have to go on is what he's given us via his Cornerstone Policy work. And that work spits right in the face of both science and gay orientations, something that is neither bold, fresh, nor leadership!

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