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01/30/2012

Today in misappropriated civility: CWA of Maine says marriage equality push is 'heinous act'

by Jeremy Hooper

Those Concerned Women of America are sure to note the civility, dignity, and righteousness they'd like to bring to the Pine Tree State. Oh, but only after they first denigrate the state's same-sex couples by positioning their push for equal marital rights as a "heinous act":

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I actually applaud the candor. Usually we have to dig a little harder to find such honesty. It's rare we get an officially branded, personally-targeted "heinous"-ing.

Now if we can just get them to be so frank in their campaign ads, we might end the "it's just about 'protecting marriage'" lie once and for all. Or at least the Maine leg of it.

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