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12/07/2011

In 'honor' of Pearl Harbor Day...

by Jeremy Hooper

…let's look back at the time GOP superstar Michele Bachmann equated lawmakers who opposed her sponsored marriage amendment to soldiers who missed Pearl Harbor warnings, and the tragic attack on that day to the "attack" that is marriage equality:

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Do yourself a favor: Watch one of the Pearl Harbor specials that will be on the air today and consider what it meant (and continues to mean) for those who lived it. Then go here and look at my family's wedding album. Ask yourself what kind of mindset would ever compare the two. Ask yourself what kind of political system/party would continue to court such extremism.

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