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02/21/2012

Top @Vote4MarriageNC ally on gays: 'I don't even think maggots would do that'

by Jeremy Hooper

Ron Baity is such a big part of the campaign to put a gay marriage ban into North Carolina's constitution that the Associated Press, The Winston-Salem Journal, and a number of local news stations have used the pastor as a commentator in the past month alone. He's also the guy who organized that big rally last May, at which prominent figure like Tony Perkins showed up to speak.

Here is what this man thinks of us:

MORE: Not only are we worse than maggots -- we're also like murderers, apparently:

MORE: Baity doesn't hate anyone -- he just wants to "save" us so we will "quit being homos":

More clips to come

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