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09/02/2011

Video: Weprin states the obvious: 'It's a civil rights issue and not a religious issue'

by Jeremy Hooper

New York state Assemblyman David Weprin is vying for Anthony Weiner's old Congressional seat (NY-9). Groups like the National Organization For Marriage have been trying everything in their power to make Weprin's race (vs. Republican Bob Turner) be about his vote for marriage equality in NY state, questioning how he, an orthodox Jew, could ever think of doing such a thing. In the past eleven days, NOM's written twelve blog posts dedicated to the subject.

So now go listen to Assemblyman Weprin address the questions directly and head on in a way that should put the button this topic so that we can focus on REAL issues, but of course won't because the NOMs of the world are obsessed with making gay people's ring fingers the definitive political misjudgment of our time:


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(h/t: Capital NewYork)

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