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10/25/2011

Audio: Mean, monolithic 'they' won't let Rose Belforti make cheese

by Jeremy Hooper

First voice is Janet Parshall, Christian radio host.

Second voice is Rose Marie Belforti, the "Marriage Anti-Defamation Alliance" star who is seeking a special exemption that allows her to walk away from the duties of her job so that she, on the basis of her religion, won't have to treat all citizens equally under civil law.

Third voice is Maggie Gallagher, the Yale graduate who surely understands why asking town clerks to respect civil law is really not a controversial topic, but who has instead chosen to carry water for a disingenuous "pro-family" movement that sees the end of stymying LGBT rights as justifying whatever deceptive means it takes to get there.

The "they" coalition that's supposedly trying to destroy Rose's welfare is made up of you and me, the equality advocates.

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[SOURCE: In the Market with Janet Parshall]

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