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02/02/2012

Audio: How Not to Testify at a Hearing, with Greg Quinlan

by Jeremy Hooper

In his testimony this afternoon before the NJ Assembly Judiciary Committee, professional "ex-gay" Greg Quinlan demonstrated (at least) two things.

[1] That it's probably best to not got apeshit angry right before you intend to make a persuasive case, especially if at least a portion of that anger is directed at the very body you're hoping to persuade.

[2] That the self-victimizing "they call us bigots" canards tend to fail when made outside of the far-right's own echo chambers.

Enjoy:

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