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01/06/2012

NH: Santorum nabs coveted 'ex-gay advocacy' endorsement

by Jeremy Hooper

Rick Santorum is touting a new endorsement from Shannon McGinley, a prominent figure at New Hampshire's Cornerstone Policy Research:

Shannon McGinley has been interested and involved in politics her entire adult life. She is a founding board member and current Chairman of Cornerstone Policy Research and Cornerstone Action: two non-partisan, non-profit, research, education and lobbying organizations dedicated to the preservation of strong families, limited government and free markets. Since moving to New Hampshire to raise her family in 1997, she has worked as a volunteer on countless campaigns and serves as a board member to the Bedford Republican Committee and voting member of the Hillsborough County Republican Committee. She has also been elected to serve as delegate to the NH State Republican Committee Convention for the past two election cycles.
McGinley and Luther Join The Fight With Santorum [RickSantorum.com]

Leading me to one question: Does the candidate consider so-called "ex-gay" therapy the one and only way to "deal with" homosexuality? Because Cornerstone Policy has been giving that one, focused message for years now:


Why is New Hampshire's Cornerstone Policy pushing 'ex-gay' myths? [YouTube]
**The "homosexual helpful links," as they still stand: CornerStone Policy "helpful links" -- "homosexual issues"

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