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Audio: As usual, Wash. 'marriage protector' proves fight's about much more than marriage

by Jeremy Hooper

Shahram Hadian is running for Governor of Washington state. He's also joined forces with longtime anti-gay activist Ken Hutcherson and local attorney (and Attorney General candidate) Stephen Pidgeon for an initiative designed to both overturn the state's recently-passed marriage law and eventually pass a marriage ban. And as you will hear from this short clip, he's doing this because equality activists are "the enemy," because God needs to "take his state and nation back," and because gay people need to "repent and turn their hearts to the Lord Jesus Christ":

SOURCE: Stand For Marriage [AB Church]

So sorry, those of you who put money of the possibility of the Washington "marriage protectors" being the first such coalition in the history of our republic to actually focus on the shared *civil* marriage policy at hand rather than their own personal faith condemnations.


*MORE, this time from Stephen Pidgeon:

SOURCE: Stand For Marriage [AB Church]

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