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04/30/2012

Audio: Official Amendment 1 voice says gays must 'change', claims man-goat marriage is next

by Jeremy Hooper

Despite his demonstrable record of deeply offensive slights against the LGBT community, Patrick Wooden has been a major presence in North Carolina's Vote For Marriage NC campaign. Wooden is heavily featured in the campaign's latest videos, and has been sent out to do press right alongside campaign head Tami Fitzgerald. Few voices have been more prominent in this debate.

So now, a week-and-a-day out from this crucial election day in the Tar Heel state, let's listen to Wooden's closing argument for voting discrimination into the state constitution.

#1: If you give marriage to gays, man-goat marriage is next:

#2 Jesus is the reason to vote for a *CIVIL* marriage ban:

#3: Gays must "come out" of homosexuality:

[Source for all clips]

PLEASE. LISTEN. TO. WHAT. THESE. OFFICIAL. CAMPAIGN. VOICES. ARE. SAYING. NORTH CAROLINIANS!

More than any other effort to come before, the Vote For Marriage NC campaign has proven itself to be an all-out anti-LGBT campaign designed to stigmatize rather than just "protect." Even would-be supporters know that it goes too far. Don't let it go any further!!

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