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04/10/2012

Is Maine's anti-equality campaign covertly working on behalf of gay rights?

by Jeremy Hooper

I've already shown you some of the waaaaaay extreme things that Mike Heath ("The so-called "gay" movement is rooted in sorcery and it is a child of the devil, and an enemy of everything that is right") and Paul Madore ("Homosexuals have absolutely nothing good to contribute to family life"), self-appointed co-heads of the campaign to stop marriage equality in Maine, are saying about LGBT human beings. Now my buddy Zack Ford will show you the first piece of waaaaaay extreme literature that Heath and Madore are distributing in support of their effort:

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Maine Equality Opponents Distribute ‘Sodomy Based Marriage' Truth Pledge [Think Progress]

2012: The year the state marriage campaigns prove they learned nothing from the Prop 8 trial, handing us obvious hostility on a silver platter

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