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03/24/2012

Come for the uplifting prayer and fellowship, stay for the cynical political activity

by Jeremy Hooper

From Baltimore's CBS affiliate:

More than 1,000 churches across Maryland are expected to offer a petition to their members so the issue can get on the ballot.

“In order to save America, to save our families, we must take a stand,” said Luke J. Robinson of the Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Frederick.

Gay Marriage Opponents Gear Up To Repeal Law On November Ballot [CBS Baltimore]

Because singing "Amazing Grace" and uplifting the troubled is sooooooo last priority. These days, what's a passed collection plate if it's coupled with a passed political opportunity?

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