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03/30/2012

Video: Maggie defends (read:spins) the indefensible

by Jeremy Hooper

Via Equality Matters:

What I'm hearing from Maggie? That she just doesn't think NOM is capable of implementing the stated tactics, not that she wouldn't have done so had she been able to achieve results.

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*Much of what I would say to Maggie, I already said to Brian Brown. That here: But, but, but -- gays are the mean ones, says Brian Brown, reliably (and cowardly) [G-A-Y]

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