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02/07/2012

Maggie Gallagher has used the word 'bigot' more than any modern gay activist has

by Jeremy Hooper

As to be expected, Maggie Gallagher is responding to today's historic Ninth Circuit decision by focusing on self-victimization rather than the constitutional matters fleshed out in the 100+ page opinion:

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[SOURCE: NRO's "The Corner" blog]

No, Maggie: Just constitutionally wrong. And that is enough. Far too much, in fact.

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