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02/06/2012

Whereas, the MN GOP might still see mileage in outdated political football games

by Jeremy Hooper

In advance of tomorrow night's precinct caucuses throughout the state, the anti-equality Minnesota For Marriage group has created these scripts encouraging local party loyalists and/or delegates to adopt their discriminatory cause as part of the GOP's 2012 focus:

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There's a bad typo in the last "it's." And yet still, everything before it somehow manages to be even less accurate. That takes skill!

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