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10/06/2011

Maggie Gallagher: Herman Cain 'personally told me he could support a federal marriage amendment'

by Jeremy Hooper

From her syndicated column:

"In an interview at the [American Principles Project] debate in South Carolina, Cain personally told me he could support a federal marriage amendment…"
[SOURCE]

A GOP candidate personal whispering less-than-sweet nothings into the ear of America's most prominent "marriage protector"? Eh, well I guess that's better than the last go-round, when an already-elected Republican president had Maggie personally tell Americans why they should support a federal marriage amendment.

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