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10/31/2011

Video: Bryan Fischer vs. NH's repeal bill. Yes, you read that correctly

by Jeremy Hooper

Bryan Fischer doesn't seem to realize that the clumsy New Hampshire repeal bill is HIS SIDE'S effort, not ours:

The bill to which Bryan is referring is the same one being championed by the National Organization For Marriage, Cornerstone Policy, Focus on the Family, Family Research Council, and all of the other groups that misuse the words "traditional" and "values," even while some of them fully admit that the flawed legislation would create separate classes of citizens. And yet here we have the American Family Association's Fischer acting as if this new idea is somehow part of a slippery slope that *we* on the side of equality created?! Oh, hell no! We don't want this contrived piece of legislative cow dung even a little bit. The current system of (state-level) marriage equality, sans legalized incest, is doing quite nicely, thank you very much.

But I *LOVE* that Bryan is talking this way. If he's gonna help us kill this nasty measure, then I'll take it!!

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