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03/21/2012

Video: The 'sanctity' of majority tyranny

by Jeremy Hooper

Unanimous high court opinions don't matter. Tax-paying gay couples who are already marrying without incident don't matter. The crucial principle of protecting minorities from the whims of a (faith-motivated) majority don't matter. In Iowa conservative circles circa 2012, it's only Bob Vander Plaats, his equating same-sex marriage to incest, his self-victimization, and his like-minded out-of-state allies who deserve to be heard and praised:


(H/t: Towle)

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