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01/10/2012

Video: MN For Marriage addresses amendment's 'why'; confuses tenacity with merit

by Jeremy Hooper

Kalley Yanta's back with another "MN For Marriage" newscast:

All of these other states have done it so Minnesota should do it too? That's a junior high student's argument for getting a persuadable friend to dip into his parents' liquor cabinet, not a valid reason for yet another state to mar its most precious governing document with an unfortunate blemish that will inevitably need to be undone!

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**Note: QEV Analytics is a very conservative polling firm with reliably right-skewed results. Don't trust the video's data.

**Note 2: Kalley Yanta has already admitted her fight is against "immoral actions" and the "homosexual lifestyle," not just civil marriage.

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